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Margaret Ree Brown

Margaret Ree Brown, American nurse. Registered Nurse, Massachusetts.


Brown, Margaret Ree was born on March 1, 1949 in Sandersville, Georgia, United States. Daughter of Roger Lee Brown and Gladys Olee (Lawson) Arp.


Bachelor of Science, Northeastern University, 1975. Master of Science, Northeastern University, 1994.


Assistant team leader, Massachusetts Rehabilitation Hospital, Boston, 1975-1977;head nurse, Jewish Memorial Hospital, Boston, 1977-1981;medical nurse coordinator, Roxbury (Massachusetts) Comprehensive Community Health Center, 1981-1983;clinical nurse coordinator, Mattapan (Massachusetts) Community Health Center, 1983-1986;director staff development, Fuller Men. Health Center, Boston, 1985-1994;nurse clinician, Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, since 1994. Nursing educator Concord Baptist Church Nurses Unit, Boston, since 1977.


God never intended nor desired for a single person to go to Hell. Sin caused a separation between God and man, and that Jesus’ death on the cross is the only bridge to cross from death to life. This bridge, however, is accessible by anyone at anytime.


The erroneous notion that one gender must strive against another cannot be accepted.


Site coordinator National Health for Volunteer Organizations, Dorchester, Massachusetts, 1981—1984. President Doctor William B. Price memorial unit American Cancer Society Northeast division, 2001. Board director American Cancer Society, Boston, 1981, Hawthorne Youth & Community Center, Roxbury, 1986.

Member National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Massachusetts Nurses Foundation, Massachusetts Nurses Association, New England Regional Black Nurses Association (secretary 1984-1988, vice president 1988-1989, board directors), National Black Nurses Association (nominating committee chair 1988-1990, board directors 1991-1994, 2nd vice president 1994-1998).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: singing, music, tennis.


Married Bruce Edward Brown.


All Christians should fulfill their God-given responsibility to engage in the public life of the nation.