The board of directors for Ranken Jordan Pediatric Bridge Hospital elected two new members-at-large to its board: Teri Murray, PhD, and Roma Bordewick. The 30-member board of directors governs the mission and direction of Ranken Jordan and ensures their commitment to considering children first.
Teri Murray, PhD, RN, is the dean and a professor at the Saint Louis University School of Nursing. Dr. Murray has been a nurse for more than 30 years. She joined the Saint Louis University School of Nursing in 2005 as an associate director and associate professor and was named the dean in 2008.
Dr. Murray has dedicated much of her career to improving the health outcomes for vulnerable and at-risk populations as well as increasing and advancing diversity in the nursing profession.
Dr. Murray earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, Master of Science in Community Health Nursing degree, and a doctorate degree in higher education administration from Saint Louis University. She holds another master degree from the University of Missouri-St. Louis in education. She is a board-certified advanced public health nurse with numerous publications and awards.
Roma Bordewick, is the director of operations for ambulatory services at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Roma has worked with BJC HealthCare since 2012 and has spent her entire career in health care, specifically focused on operations, practice management, and information technology integration. Roma is also adjunct faculty at Maryville University, teaching in the MHA program.
Roma earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, a Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix, and a Master of Health Administration from Saint Louis University. She has served on the Young Professionals Board for Ranken Jordan Pediatric Bridge Hospital since 2015.