Job Hunting: How To Get Through 70+ Interviews With Andrea Dalzell
Looking for your dream job? Sometimes it takes a LOT of work -- especially if you’re having to overcome unconscious bias from hiring managers. This week, Puno chats with Andrea Dalzell, who was the first registered nurse in New York to use a wheelchair.Andrea shares great tips on how to advocate for yourself and how to deal with rejection, all while remaining confident in your career path and your abilities.Curious about the world of “professional resume writers” and whether it’s worth it to hire one? Tune in for tips on crafting the perfect cover, tailoring your resume, and nailing your interviews!And this episode isn’t just for those looking for job - hiring managers can learn a lot too, considering that 40% of hiring decisions are influenced by unconscious bias. Special thanks to our presenting sponsor Vitruvi! Visit vitruvi.com/girlbossradio and use code GIRLBOSS20 to get 20% off your next purchase.
TheSeatedNurse, Andrea Dalzell comes to the WheelDown
On this episode, we speak with our very first special guest “TheSeatedNurse”. She is the first registered nurse to use a wheelchair in New York and advocate for people with disabilities specifically in health care. Andrea candidly speaks with us on TheWheelDown about her experiences and welcomes us to her world. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Lessons Learned after 100+ Interviews with Andrea Dalzell
In today’s episode, Andrea Dalzell and I get right to business. Andrea, who is a registered nurse, a disability rights activist, and former Miss Wheelchair New York, shares a bit about her experience as a nurse with a disability, about the ableism in medicine, and about how we can advocate for people with disabilities in the healthcare world. Are you ready for your call in? Read today’s show notes for more info and links from today’s episode: https://www.theresumerx.com/020
EP 77: How To Break Past Your Limits With Andrea Dalzell
Cup Of Nurses
Today we would like to welcome Andrea Dalzell, also known as theseatednurse. She studied biology and neuroscience in college while earning her bachelor’s degree in nursing. Andrea was diagnosed with transverse myelitis at the age of 5 and began using a wheelchair full-time at the age of 12. She is an advocate and inspiration to many nurses around the world. You can find her on Instagram @ theseatednurse. Join our Whoop Team! https://glnk.io/ovrz/cup-of-nurses Thanks for listening Website: https://cupofnurses.com/ Travel Nursing Checklist: https://cupofnurses.com/travel-checklist/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZtVmKMaDrBSV_MxxBWuHng Join Our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/cupofnurses
Meet Andrea Dalzell - The first RN in a wheelchair in NYC and a New Millionaire
In My Shoes Podcast
Andrea Dalzell (The Seated Nurse on the 'Gram) talks about the struggles of proving she can do her job with her wheels just as effectively as any other nurse. Listen to her story and find out what happened when Good Morning America honored her as a front line hero and worked with a Foundation to gift her with ONE MILLION DOLLARS! Follow her on Instagram: https://instagram.com/theseatednurse?igshid=rlc5b23wodlf
Andrea Dalzell was diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis at the age of 5, but growing up using a wheelchair didn’t stop her from pursuing a career in healthcare! Today, she is the first registered nurse who uses a wheelchair in NYC.
Andrea Dalzell was told she could never become a nurse because of her disability. Never tell Andrea what she can and can’t do. At five years old, Andrea was diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis (TM), a neurological condition that causes paralysis. However, growing up using a wheelchair didn't stop her from pursuing a career in health care. Today, Andrea is a registered nurse, disability advocate, and speaker. She studied biology and neuroscience in college to earn an associate’s and bachelor’s degree in nursing (RN, BSN). As the first registered nurse who uses a wheelchair in New York City, thousands of clinicians, caregivers, and wheelchair users follow Andrea’s career pursuits as The Seated Nurse on Instagram. Unhidden and unapologetically, Andrea is a queer, black woman with a disability. Topics Discussed: Faith and Identity: Sometimes shifts or stays stagnate Why me? Why God? Why a diagnosis transforms a person’s life Doctors, Prayers, and Pain: Need to be cured and whole in normal society Special Ed Student: Picked on and scolded because of physical disability My Mom, My Advocate: Disability doesn’t define or determine ability Rage and Rebellion: Going against society when not allowed to be normal Accessibility: Find your voice and strength to ask for help as a human being Why Nursing School? Holistic approach to whole patient, not their diagnosis All About Me to Advocacy Work: People with disabilities want equal opportunities Fake It to Make It: Understand that you’re worthy, deserving, and included Love Yourself: Mental health is what’s most important, so take care of you Links and Resources: The Seated Nurse on Instagram Transverse Myelitis (TM) Ms. Wheelchair NY: ‘Life, Liberty And The Pursuit Of Access’ Queerology Podcast on Instagram Queerology Podcast on Twitter Beyond Shame by Matthias Roberts Beyond Shame Healing Day Hosted by Matthias Roberts Matthias Roberts on Patreon
Embrace It: Episode 11 - Andrea Dalzell, The Seated Nurse
EmBRACE IT With Lainie & Estela - Look Good + Feel Good = Living Your Best Life With Disabilities
Daughter of immigrant parents, Andrea Dalzell was diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis at the age of 5 and using wheelchair by age 12. Disability didn’t stop her from pursuing a career in nursing, winning the title of Miss Wheelchair NY and becoming a spokeswoman for Apple. This is an interview you won't want to miss!Follow Andrea on IG @theseatednurseLooking for more great tips, hacks and blogposts? Visit: Trend-Able.comFind more info and CMT patient resources on: HNF-cure.orgEnjoying our content? Help others find our podcast and EmBrace their own challenges... move us up in Apple listings with a 5-star review!
Andrea Dalzell is the first registered nurse in a wheelchair to get through nursing school in New York City while also being a pioneering activist for people with disabilities. She is a force to be reckoned with, and has emerged victorious against all the obstacles in her path. Transverse Myelitis left her paralyzed at the age of 12, but she did not allow her disability to define her. In This Episode Andrea Shares: ✅ How COVID19 finally opened the door for her to get hired as a nurse after 76 interviews ✅ Finding inner resilience and breaking the stigma for people with disabilities ✅ How support from others and wanting to empower the next generation kept her from giving up ✅ Building her voice unapologetically despite having "three strikes" ⚡️LIGHTNING ROUND: What makes her a good quarantine buddy: She's a nurse - she can save your life and is innovative in finding fun things to do! What makes her a bad quarantine buddy: She's working during a global pandemic! Fave Quote: "Tough days don't last but tough people do" Pump-Up Song: "Pump It" by @bep At-Home Workout: @rollettes_la - adaptive fitness with @mariarabaino Snack: Oreos & charcuterie boards Book: "Becoming" by @michelleobama and "Intersexuality of Disabilities" TV Reco: "Lenox Hill" @netflix Skill/Hobby: Working on her green thumb 🌱 Connect: @theseatednurse Show Sponsor: @firstsession—an online platform that gives you the opportunity to find and connect with top therapists that is the right fit for you. Produced by: katiezeppieri @jromito *Recorded June 17th on Instagram Live*
Nursing on a Wheeled Throne with Andrea Dalzell, RN, BSN
This week’s guest is acute care nurse and real-life mermaid Andrea Dalzell, RN, BSN who also happens to be former Miss Wheelchair New York! In this episode, you’ll get to hear about how Andrea found her advocate voice in the nursing profession as well as her deep passion for applying her personal experiences of being a patient to bedside care. Her career path has not come without obstacles; Andrea shares with D how her place in the nursing program was questioned on the very first day and having to do 76 interviews before getting her current position. These experiences have not curbed Andrea’s motivations. She talks about what it really means to be a self-advocate and how able-bodied allies can amplify the voices of people with disabilities.Be sure to subscribe, rate and review, and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @TheWoMed! Remember to submit your weekly Nurse D Energy moments to D on Instagram - we love reading and sharing them! You can catch this episode’s guest on her Instagram @theseatednurseThank you to our amazing sponsor! Check out this deal for our listeners:NOOM- Sign up for your trial today at Noom.com/WOMED Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices