Dr. Rhoda Zione Alale, PhD, DHP, CNHP, CES, RN, is named one of the 100 Most Extra Ordinary Nurses in America (Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society – Gamma Beta Chapter) because of her extraordinary work with biomedical technology development and clinical management for 33 years in 21 cities in America and 4 countries: Bahamas Islands, Kenya, Mexico, and Saudi Arabia. Her nano technology, FLAT BATTERIES™, is named in the TOP 25 Inventions in America for 2011 by National Inventor’s Day She has been nominated for a Nobel Prize in Physics for her work in neurogenic science and nano technology development to harmonize radiation in the body and electrical devices. She has also been nominated for the President’s Medal of Science (White House).

Dr. Alale is a Women’s Fellow for World Leadership at the John D. Rockefeller International House in NYC. She is also a member of Phi Delta Kappa Honor Society (Columbia University - NYC) and the American Nurses Association. She received a BSN (Nursing Science) Capital University, and pursued dual graduate degrees at Columbia University in Educational Psychology – ( MA) and Health Promotions (PhD), Teacher's College. She also holds a PhD in Nursing from Capitol University.

She is Board Certified in Nursing (RN), Health Physics, Energology (Brain Wave Evaluations), and Naturopathic Health Practitioner and a Diplomate in Health Physics (Non-Ionizing Radiation).  She is a Clinical Specialist in Wound Management (Emory University) and the former Director of the RN to BSN program and Clinical Nursing Research Forum at Howard University in conjunction with the National Institutes of Health.  She serves on the Writing Panel for the Registered Nurse Examination for the State Boards of Nursing Council.

President Ronald Regan honored her as an Outstanding American Philanthropist for her “endless” hours of volunteer work with civic, religious organizations and disadvantaged youth.   President William Clinton honored her as an Outstanding Adopted Mother and convened the adoption of her youngest son, Prince Kahlil in the White House East Oval Office.  President George W. Bush honored her as a Presidential Commissioner | NRCC, US House of Representatives) and recipient of the 2008 Congressional Order of Merit Award for her work in public health screening for radiation poisoning.

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