Diadem provides experienced instructors whose goal is to ensure all graduates are not only prepared to work in the in the medical field but also be successful in the competency exam. If a student is not successful in passing the exam, Diadem welcomes them to return to one of our classes for remedial assistance.
Doris Ezomo, MPA, PhD, RN – President/CEO
Doris Ezomo is a registered nurse with over a decade and a half of experience. She holds a master’s degree in Public Administration along with a Ph.D. in Nursing Educational Leadership. Dr. Ezomo served as an adjunct professor at Kean and Felician Universities and now works with the State of New Jersey and the Passaic/Bergen Counties Ryan White Planning Committee. Dr. Ezomo is a national and international presenter, a researcher, and a published author. She has authored articles including “Weight Related Perception and Lifestyle Behaviors of Black Nurses in the United States”; “Asthma Exacerbation in School Age Children”; and “Knowledge of HIV/AIDS and Attitudes toward Condom use among African American Men Ages 18 to 35.” Dr. Ezomo has also presented in places like San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Cape Town South Africa. She most recently presented in Calgary, Canada.
Dr. Ezomo is also a compassionate mental health nurse. For many years, Dr. Ezomo also practiced in psychiatric hospitals and in the Newark Department of Health. Dr. Ezomo desires to broaden her horizon in the field of academia and in community mental health.
Catherine Jirak Monetti, PhD, RN –
Catherine Jirak Monetti, PhD, RN, CNE, QTTP, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Scholar, earned her Doctor of Philosophy from Rutgers, College of Nursing in May, 2014. She is trained in Gestalt Psychotherapy and EMDR Trauma Therapy. As a former student of Dee Krieger, PhD, RN, Dr. Jirak Monetti has been practicing TT and teaching undergraduate nursing since 1991. She has also taught doctoral students since 2015. Dr. Jirak Monetti’s doctoral dissertation research was presented by poster at the 2014 CANS (Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science) State of the Science Congress on Nursing Research: Optimizing Health by Addressing Complexity, Washington, DC, September 17 – 20, 2014.
Kate Iyahen – Program Coordinator
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