Alumni stories: In their own words

Our alumni are either working on the frontlines and/or advocating and supporting the workers who are doing so. We honor their commitment to serving others during this time and would like to share some of their stories about their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Stephanie Potts Cape (BSN ’90), RN, BSN, is owner manager of Cape Regional Eye Center, PLLC, and owner of Cape Surgery Center, LLC. She owns both businesses with her husband Richard Cape, MD, FACS.

Rhonda Richardson Davis (BSN ’00), MSN, RN, is adjunct faculty in the Loewenberg College of Nursing and pastor’s wife at Saint Paul Baptist Church.

Adam Domico (BSN ’20) is a registered nurse in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at LeBonheur Children’s Hospital. Domico graduated during the pandemic shutdown.

Laura Magowan (BSN ’94), RN, is a retired housewife. She provided information about her daughter who is working with COVID-19 patients.

Melinda S. Mosby (MSN ’13), MSN, PMHNP- BC, is a captain in the U.S. Army Reserve.

Stacey Park (BSN ’94) is currently a stay-at-home mom who is one of three sisters (Suzanne Scobey and Stephanie Cape) who graduated from LCON. Her husband is one of the University of Memphis athletics team physicians.

Mey Rasul (BSN ’20) is an RN at Baptist East Emergency Department.

Tonya Rountree, (MSN-Executive Leadership ‘20) is clinical manager for the Wound Healing Center & Limb Preservation Clinic at Methodist North Hospital. She teaches diabetes education and because of the pandemic, moved the classes online.