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College of Nursing

MSC09 5350
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Phone: 1-800-690-0934

Samantha Andrews

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Program Coordinator

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(505) 272-5983
SaAndrews@salud.unm.edu


Samantha Andrews is the Program Coordinator for a grant that is building a national professional organization for nurses who work in sexual and reproductive health. The mission of this organization is to champion and build the capacity of nurses to provide patient-centered sexual and reproductive health and abortion care. The organization seeks to provide a voice and sense of community to the nurses and nurse educators who provide this care.

Under the supervision of Dr. Amy Levi, Ms. Andrews provides administrative and organizational support to the team of nurse leaders who are spearheading this process. She brings a design background to her work, making her a valuable part of creating and managing the brand, website, and social media presence of this organization.

Prior to working at the College of Nursing, Ms. Andrews received her bachelor’s degree in Communication and Spanish with a minor in Interdisciplinary Honors in 2014. When given the opportunity to work for the College of Nursing, she was thrilled to know that she would be working alongside people with common goals, while working to build an organization that would support nurses who teach and provide important sexual and reproductive healthcare. In her free time she plays guitar in an all-girl punk rock band and does arts and crafts.

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