Evelyn Godwin

Public Health – Community Health Nursing

Evelyn Godwin Public Health Community Nursing ExpertEvelyn A. Godwin, MS, RN, holds a Master’s of Science in Community Health Nursing Administration. She brings broad experience in clinical nursing, home health services, education, health policy, and advocacy, including service as a corporate representative on a Maryland healthcare system’s Committee on Health Disparities.

Evelyn Godwin, MS, RN, Vice President – Clinical Programs, for Diogenec Group, holds a Master of Science in Community Health Nursing Administration.  She brings broad experience in clinical nursing at both the acute care and community levels as well as healthcare administration in the areas of home health, business development, health policy and advocacy, including service as a corporate representative on a healthcare system’s Committee on Health Disparities.

Ms. Godwin has served as a facility administrator, national director, project manager and consultant.  Her skills include management and training at the national level as well as consulting at the local level for Washington DC attorneys in areas of clinical review, patient data analysis, Medicare reimbursement, program administration and court testimony preparation.

As a Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist, Ms. Godwin was a featured speaker at a variety of business events and served as an associate specializing in providing legal services and identity theft protection.  She has served as an adjunct researcher with the Center for Health Policy & Preparedness at Potomac Institute for Policy Studies and in leadership positions as Vice President for the Northern Virginia Chapter of the Virginia Nurses Association and Director, Sponsorship with National Capital Healthcare Executives, a chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).

Ms. Godwin draws from her diverse clinical and business experience to provide an innovative approach to program development and problem resolution regarding issues related to public health.