National Nurses Week: Joe Santiago on how the military prepared him to be a health care leader

TU.Emerg Corps-14Joe Santiago, ’13, a Bachelor of Science in nursing graduate from Excelsior College, discusses how his military career and education transformed him into the leader he is today. Santiago is executive director for the Clifton Park & Halfmoon Emergency Corps, a community nonprofit with more than 100 employees and which responds to over 6,000 calls per year.

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