Faith Atte

2014 cohort, Villanova University
Faith Ikarede Atte, RN, MSN, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Future of Nursing Scholar, at the Independence Blue Cross Foundation, is interested in understanding the impact of stigma towards the mentally ill. The mentally ill are not only faced with the debilitating symptoms of mental illness but they also have to deal with the misconception and stereotypic views of the public towards them.

She earned her Associate Degree from Burlington County College, Bachelor Degree in Nursing from Thomas Edison State College and her Masters in Nursing from Villanova University.

Atte works at Trenton Psychiatric Hospital in Trenton NJ as a Charge Nurse and Deborah Heart and Lung Center in Browns Mills, NJ in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit as a staff nurse.

Atte lives in Willingboro, NJ.