Shannon Steele, RN

“Sometimes even to live is an act of courage.”

Assistant Chief Nursing Officer, The BridgeWay

B.S., UAMS

Little Rock

Cypress Social

There’s little argument that nurses are among society’s unsung heroes. In the case of Shannon Steele, that heroism is exceptionally evident. He and his team’s areas of service at The BridgeWay include caring for and treating individuals with mental health afflictions, including substance use, and helping them find a path forward. In addition to his education in nursing, Steele is also working on a Masters of Health Administration at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

Shannon Steele, RN

“Sometimes even to live is an act of courage.”

Assistant Chief Nursing Officer, The BridgeWay

B.S., UAMS

Little Rock

Cypress Social

There’s little argument that nurses are among society’s unsung heroes. In the case of Shannon Steele, that heroism is exceptionally evident. He and his team’s areas of service at The BridgeWay include caring for and treating individuals with mental health afflictions, including substance use, and helping them find a path forward. In addition to his education in nursing, Steele is also working on a Masters of Health Administration at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

FIRST TASTE OF SUCCESS:

In the first grade when I convinced a second-grade girl to be my girlfriend.

MOST ADMIRABLE QUALITY IN MEN:

Humility.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR JOB:

The people, both patients and colleagues. I love watching the light come back into a patient’s eyes as they stabilize, to see lucidity and hope return. Those things never get old.

PERSON YOU MOST ADMIRE:

My wife, Taylor. Loyal, intelligent, kind, and driven — she embodies all the qualities that I value. Her love and support make me better in every single way.

ADVICE TO OTHERS:

Set yourself apart. Say yes when others won’t. Never present a problem without a potential solution. Act or accept. When challenged, lean in. Adapt and learn.

FIRST TASTE OF SUCCESS:

In the first grade when I convinced a second-grade girl to be my girlfriend.

MOST ADMIRABLE QUALITY IN MEN:

Humility.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR JOB:

The people, both patients and colleagues. I love watching the light come back into a patient’s eyes as they stabilize, to see lucidity and hope return. Those things never get old.

PERSON YOU MOST ADMIRE:

My wife, Taylor. Loyal, intelligent, kind, and driven — she embodies all the qualities that I value. Her love and support make me better in every single way.

ADVICE TO OTHERS:

Set yourself apart. Say yes when others won’t. Never present a problem without a potential solution. Act or accept. When challenged, lean in. Adapt and learn.

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