MSN RN PHN CMSRN
– Mother Teresa
Foua has been an Oncology nurse for 15 years specializing in chemotherapy administration and Hospice care. Currently, she is the lead preceptor/ educator for her Oncology unit where she onboards and helps train all new employees. She is passionate about educating co-workers about the Hmong culture and how to care for end-of-life Hmong patients. She has also worked as a home care nurse. She recently received her Master’s Degree in Nursing Education. She aspires to teach at a university one day.
Foua has received the Daisy Award from one of her cancer patients for chemotherapy administration. She has also been a March of Dimes award finalist. She has been nominated for Nursing Excellence Awards in her hospital and has won the Florence Nightingale Award for her unit. She also sits on several Councils.
Foua is a co-founder of the Hmong Nurses Association and is currently a Board Member of HNA. Foua is also a host on 3HmongTV, a Hmong telecast station located in St. Paul, MN. You can catch her in her talk show “The Foua Vang Show.”
She is also a Board Member of the Hmong Baptist National Association. Foua has been married for 30 years and has 5 children. Three of her daughters are also registered nurses as well.