Grenada

Yasmeen Mansour, BS, RT(N)(ARRT)

Program Manager, RAD-AID Grenada

Yasmeen Mansour is a nuclear medicine technologist pursuing her MD degree at St. George’s University School of Medicine (SGU). Prior to this, she trained at UNC Hospital’s School of Nuclear Medicine Technology and Molecular Imaging in Chapel Hill, NC. She studied ethnic and rural health disparities at East Carolina University and culturally based native health at Western Carolina University. Before entering the healthcare field, she taught at a Montessori school for 3 years. Mansour is honored to serve the community that taught her so much and gave her a home away from home when she studied medicine in Grenada at SGU for two years. As the program manager of RAD-AID Grenada, she envisions developing a cross-cultural collaboration with local partners to eliminate health disparities and improve health equity and wellness for all Grenadians.

Diana Dowdy, DNP, CNM, RDMS, FACNM

Associate Program Manager, RAD-AID Grenada

Diana Dowdy is a Certified Nurse-Midwife who has practiced for over 40 years.  She received her Master of Nursing degree from Emory University in Atlanta, GA, and Doctorate of Nursing Practice from the University of Alabama in Huntsville.  She became certified as a registered diagnostic medical sonographer in the year 2000.  She has provided midwifery and women’s health services in a number of settings, including public health, private practice, academics, and global medical mission work.  Her most recent positions included faculty status at Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, teaching graduate midwives and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioners.  In addition, she provided patient care at Nashville’s birth center, Baby and Company, as well as establishing a point of care ultrasound program there.  She developed an accredited women’s point of care ultrasound curriculum, which she currently teaches to advanced practice providers in Nashville. As associate program manager of RAD-AID Grenada, she aims to advance nursing and midwifery education in Grenada.

Kristen Ostrem-Niemcewicz, RN, DNP, CNM, FNP-BC, FACNM

Associate Program Manager, RAD-AID Grenada

Kristen Ostrem-Niemcewicz is an assistant professor at the University of New Mexico (UNM) College of Nursing where she directs both MSN and PMC programs, teaches graduate and undergraduate students and is a member of the HRSA Advanced Nursing Education Nurse Practitioner Residency Grant team a UNM/Presbyterian Health System partnership. Kristen earned her BSN in 1989 from Dominican College, MSN from UNM in 1996, postmaster’s certificate as a Family Nurse Practitioner in 1997 and DNP from New Mexico State University in 2015. In 2019, she achieved recognition by the ARDMs for the midwife sonography certification, one of 29 U.S. nurse-midwives to date. Kristen promotes use of technology to prepare nurses for clinical decision-making and directs her scholarship towards this work. As associate program manager of RAD-AID Grenada, she aims to advance nursing and midwifery education in Grenada.

Anne-Sophie Delabie

Assistant Program Manager, RAD-AID Grenada

Anne-Sophie Delabie is a radiographer and a radiation safety officer. As assistant program manager of RAD-AID Grenada, she works to help with protocol development and radiation safety processes within the RAD-AID Grenada Program. For more information about RAD-AID Grenada, please email info@rad-aid.org