100 Black Men honors Assistant Professor Sheila Grigsby with a Pillar Award


The nonprofit 100 Black Men of Metropolitan St. Louis awarded Assistant Professor Sheila Grigsby its Pillar Award for Health and Wellness Saturday at its annual gala. Grigsby (seated at right) was surrounded by (clockwise from bottom left) College of Nursing receptionist Theda Oliver, Assistant Teaching Professor Beth Dudley, Instructor Gwendolyn Stubblefield, Donald L. Ross Endowed Chair for Advancing Nursing Practice Roxanne Vandermause, Associate Professor Wilma Calvert and Dean of the College of Nursing Susan Dean-Baar. (Photo courtesy of Sheila Grigsby.)

Sheila Grigsby believes in being a servant to the community. That is why, in 2010, she jumped at the opportunity to lead a group of nursing students for a day of preventative health screenings done in neighborhood barber shops conceived by the nonprofit 100 Black Men of Metropolitan St. Louis.

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