Gina comes to TNAA with a long professional history of working with people. This history has allowed her to be able to work with every type of person with genuine honesty and no sugar-coating, which her nurses love. For Gina, it’s about building relationships. When you walk with a nurse through the ups and downs of finding and working an assignment, you form a connection. For nurses traveling without their support systems, this is invaluable. She’s also a significant source of humor for her nurses drawing a resemblance to Lucille Ball: always smiling, full of life, and not afraid to take chances for her nurses. Outside of work, Gina and her high-school sweetheart have raised four boys, plus a 135 lb fur baby named Dexter.