Beebe’s Buckaloo among Girls Inc. of Delaware’s 2016 honorees

WILMINGTON – Bridget Buckaloo, a facilitator of women’s health services for Beebe Healthcare, is among Girls Inc. of Delaware’s 2016 honorees.

Ms. Buckaloo is one of three women chosen as this year’s Strong, Smart, and Bold honorees.

Also chosen were Patrice Gilliam-Johnson, State of Delaware’s Secretary of Labor, and

Lt. Amy Rausch of the city of Wilmington Police Department.

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Bridget Buckaloo

Honorees were chosen for their accomplishments and the example they set for young girls. They will be recognized at the annual luncheon Friday, May 20 at the DuPont Country Club in Wilmington for living the Girls Inc. mission: Inspiring all girls to be strong, smart and bold.

Ms. Buckaloo, MSN, RN, currently serves as the executive director for Women’s Health Services for Beebe Healthcare.

Previously, she worked for Delaware Perinatal Cooperative as well as serving as the perinatal project coordinator for the March of Dimes Delaware Chapter.

As an active member of both the education and prevention and the standards of care committees of the Delaware Healthy Mother and Infant Consortium, Ms. Buckaloo has worked with the members of the Child Death, Near death, and Stillbirth Commission as well as the Delaware Division of Public Health.

She serves on the board of directors for the March of Dimes, Delaware Chapter, and was recently appointed by Gov. Jack Markell to serve on the executive board for the Delaware Healthy Mother and Infant Consortium.

Ms. Buckaloo earned both her BSN and MSN as a perinatal clinical specialist from the University of Delaware’s College of Nursing.

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