Donaho, Morris honored as Houston Chronicle’s Top 150 Nurses

Donaho, Morris honored as Houston Chronicle’s Top 150 Nurses
Posted on 05/10/2017
Donaho, Morris honored as Houston Chronicle’s Top 150 Nurses

Top 150 Nurses
Courtesy Photo: The Houston Chronicle names Pasadena ISD's Ashleigh Morris and Kristi Donaho as the top 150 nurses in the Houston area. Pictured (from left to right) April Weisedel, district nursing officer; Kristi Donaho, of Jackson Intermediate and Ashleigh Morris, of Fisher Elementary. 


By Reesha Brown

PISD Communications

The Houston Chronicle named Jackson Intermediate and Fisher Elementary nurses Kristi Donaho and Ashleigh Morris as some of this year’s Top 150 Nurses by the Salute to Nurses program.

The Houston Chronicle collaborated with various area organizations during the kick off of National Nurses Week to host a recognition ceremony at the Crowne Plaza Houston, where they saluted nurses for the important role they play in providing quality health care.

The honorees were selected by a panel of health care professionals based on nominations from the community.

The ceremony welcomed over 300 attendees including the nominees, hospital administrators and representatives from Houston’s top medical educational institutions.

“Each day, our nurses work hard to ensure the health, safety and academic success for all students,” said Darla Massey-Jones, Pasadena ISD executive director of administrative services. “They are passionate about their jobs and go to great lengths to help others. I am happy to see them recognized for their outstanding achievements.”