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As a member of the United States Navy Reserve, Randy “Joey” Ryan brings a unique perspective to nursing. Read on to learn more about how his past has impacted his current trajectory as an emerging health leader.

Joey, who is currently a senior at the Stony Brook School of Nursing, in Stony Brook, N.Y., is vice president of the National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA), president of the Stony Brook Student Nurses’ Association (SBSNA), and was recently named a 2017 Johnson & Johnson Global Citizen Young Health Leader. Despite his accomplishments as a nursing leader, Joey says his ultimate goal is to make a positive impact in patients’ lives as their nurse.

To learn more about the recent 2017 Global Citizen Festival and the work Johnson & Johnson is doing in partnership with many organizations to improve the health of people around the world, visit

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