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Nursing educator

Grace Graves Lewis, American nursing educator. Certified clinical nurse specialist medical-surgical nursing. Decorated New Horizons Transitional Center; named Outstanding Faculty Performance award, Tuskegee Institute, 1984; Georgia Board Regents scholarship, 1979, State Georgia scholarship, 1980.


Lewis, Grace Graves was born on January 18, 1948 in Lynchburg, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Duvall Sidney and Katherine Iola (Wood) Graves.


Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Hampton Institute, 1970. Master of Science, Georgia State University, 1980.


Staff nurse intensive care Holy Family Hospital, Atlanta, 1971—1974. Staff nurse Doctor's Memorial Hospital, 1972—1973. Nurse supervisor Medical Measurements, 1973—1974.

Assistant chairman medical-surgical nursing Georgia Baptist School Nursing, 1974—1980. Assistant professor nursing Tuskegee Institute School Nursing, 1980—1984, 3d level coordinator, 1983—1984. Instructor nursing Crawford Long School Nursing, Atlanta, since 1984.

Nurse specialist consultant New Horizons Transitional Center, since 1983. Nurse consultant Drew, Eckl and Farnham, since 1984. Volunteer participant American Red Cross Health Fair, since 1979.


  • Certified clinical nurse specialist medical-surgical nursing.


Executive board member Atlanta Area School Deaf, Clarkston, Georgia, 1983—1985. Vice president Parent, Teacher, Deaf Adult Association, 1983—1985, chairman program committee, 1983—1985. Member of National Honor Society Nursing, National League Nursing, LNO (treasurer since 1982).


  • Other Interests

    Reading, theater, sewing.


Married Cecil Lewis Lewis, August 21, 1971. Children: Cecil, Courtney.

Duvall Sidney Graves

Katherine Iola (Wood) Graves

Cecil Lewis Lewis

Cecil Lewis

Courtney Lewis