Los Angeles, California
vice president, nursing and chief nursing officer
BSN Arizona State University, MSN, MPH and DrPH University of California, Los Angeles
First job in nursing:
Nursing assistant while in nursing school
Being in nursing leadership gives me the opportunity to:
inspire others to lead
Most people do not know that I:
love to fish!
My best advice to aspiring leaders:
become a courageous circle caller! Invite others on your leadership journey
One thing I want to learn:
One word that summarizes me:
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- Linda Burnes Bolton, DrPH, RN, FAANNurse LeaderVol. 13Issue 2
- PreviewDr. Linda Burnes Bolton is an extraordinary nurse leader: visionary, purposeful, committed to mentoring and sponsoring nurses in multiple roles and locations, including advanced practice nurses. An accomplished author, speaker and educator, Linda truly exemplifies “servant leadership.” A long-tenured senior nurse executive at Cedars-Sinai Health System, Linda balances local community leadership with her national and international nursing leadership activities. A special view into Linda’s success begins with following her “true north” or guiding light, centered on human caring.