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Jennie Louise Echols, American nursing administrator. License nurse, Alabama. Member Jefferson County Mental Health Authority, 1983—1984; Member of American Hospital Association, Alpha Lambda Delta.


Echols, Jennie Louise was born on September 24, 1955 in Hartselle, Alabama, United States. Daughter of Sherman Davis and Blanche (Stone) Echols.


Bachelor of science in nursing, University Alabama, 1977. MSN, University Alabama, 1980.


Staff nurse University Alabama Hospital, Birmingham, 1977. Charge nurse East End Memorial Hospital, 1977—1978. Patient care director Home Health Care Agency, 1978—1979.

Hospital administration resident Oschsner Foundation Hospital, New Orleans, 1980. Administrative director, psychiatric services Brookwood Medical Center, Birmingham, 1981—1984. Management associate American Medical International, Culver City, California, 1984—1985.

Project administrator, since 1985. Federal trainee, graduate work psychiatric nursing, 1979—1980. Adjunct faculty Birmingham Southern College, since 1983.


Because of their sinful state, all human beings stand in need of salvation, and God's gracious provision for this consists in the life and work of Jesus Christ.


Capital punishment be administered only when the pursuit of truth and justice result in clear and overwhelming evidence of guilt.


All individuals should be sensitive to others by using appropriate language when referring to all persons.


Member Jefferson County Mental Health Authority, 1983—1984. Member of American Hospital Association, Alpha Lambda Delta.