Jesse is an adult CNS specializing in neurology in Youngstown, Ohio. He has worked as an APRN since 2006 after graduating from Youngstown State University. In addition to both his inpatient as well as outpatient practices, he also follows patients at the Dean Martin Neuromuscular and the Multiple Sclerosis clinics. He also recently initiated a Stroke Clinic for patients who have been recently discharged from the hospital with a stroke diagnosis.
Jesse is certified in critical care, multiple sclerosis as well as a trained programmer for vagus nerve stimulation. He’s been involved in many numerous research studies and was mentioned as an Investigator in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Jesse is also professional marathoner and has competed both nationally and internationally. He is also certified by the Wine Spirits Education Trust; gaining his education by studying at the American Wine School. He is beyond excited to marry his best friend Kelsey in January 2015.
Q&A With Jesse
What is your 2015 New Year’s Resolution?
I want to challenge myself to do one thing every week that forces me to grow outside of my comfort zone…including attempting to use a password other than the word “PASSWORD.”
Why did you decide to volunteer your time to OAAPN?
Advanced practice nursing is something that I am very passionate about and it is important to me to protect the posterity of this role. I want to use this passion to help further strengthen and cement the role of APNs so that we are able to continue to grow and develop our abilities to better serve those around us.
What is your proudest professional achievement?
In 2013 Youngstown State University’s Nursing Department awarded me Alumni of the Year.