Amira Clemens is a mother of 3 amazing men and practicing nurse of over 14 years. She is a life-long Philadelphia who was educated in the school district. After attending vocational school and becoming a Medical Assistant, she worked in various health practices before going back to school. She attended Community College of Philadelphia where she received her 1st nursing degree. She went on to receive both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in nursing at Thomas Jefferson University. In 2009 she began her career as a nursing instructor. She is now a full professor of nursing.
She has always had plans to give back to the community and afford others what led her to success. The opening of the Cultural Institute of Health and Education (CIHE) became a part of that plan 3 years ago. Along with her partners, CIHE is currently on it’s way to becoming her dream realized.