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LaShea Wattie, M.Ed, MSN, AGCNS-BC, APRN,RNC, C-EFM, has been practicing in the area of obstetrical nursing for over 22 years. Her clinical and educational experience and expertise span labor/delivery, antepartum and mother/baby areas. She is currently working as the System Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist for a large health system in Georgia. She is a designated fetal monitoring Instructor Trainer through AWHONN. LaShea holds two certifications through NCC and currently provides in-services and seminars nationally and internationally. She is passionate about saving the lives of mom’s and babies through her hard work and dedication to her activism and community service, by providing continual high-risk perinatal education to inspire audiences across the region and she also has the privilege of sitting on Georgia’s Maternal Morbidity & Mortality Review Committee.
In addition, LaShea is an active AWHONN member. She was the elected Georgia Section Chair for two consecutive terms, and she is on the National AWHONN Membership Committee, National AWHONN 2019 Conference Committee and represents AWHONN as the State AIMS representative. LaShea was a recent recipient of the 2018 March of Dimes Nurse of the Year Award as a demonstration of her dedication to Women’s Health. LaShea was also a recipient of the 2015 AWHONN Award of Excellence in Community Service, Fetal Heart Monitoring Instructor Recognition Award and was appointed as the Georgia lead for the Postpartum Hemorrhage Project. She was selected as the lead facilitator in the state of Georgia to assist with the rising rate of maternal deaths because she has successfully inspired her region to become more active within their professional organization with exciting lectures, networking and current trends. LaShea is a fun, energetic speaker, who fully engages the audience in her presentations, leaving them excited and ready to learn more.
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