Eunice Gwanmesia is an award-winning thought leader with more than 20 years of success as a registered nurse (RN), professor, and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) advocate. A prolific author and speaker who made her way across the globe from Cameroon to the United States, Dr. Gwanmesia engages audiences in the classroom, workplace, and around the world in conversations about diversity, cultural differences, and how to use them to improve organizational performance. She possesses master’s degrees in Nursing and Healthcare Administration, a Ph.D. in Nursing, a professional coaching certification, and several DE&I-related certificates. She worked as an RN in various medical centers, taught nursing for 13 years at Delaware State University, and graduated 200+ Certified Nursing Assistants from Always Health Care Services, a trade school she established. In 2017, Dr. Gwanmesia founded Eunity Solutions to help organizations maximize human capital through cultural awareness and the appreciation of differences. She founded and leads the Caregiver Support Foundation, serves on various committees with the Delaware Black Chamber of Commerce and Delaware African Caribbean
Affairs Commission, and is highly active in her community.