Winner of a NEF scholarship, earned her Masters of Science in Nursing as an Adult – Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist from Indiana University in May of 2015, and began working as a Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist for Community Health Network in Indianapolis in September of 2015. Previously, she was the Nurse Manager for Maternity Services at Community Hospital North for 10 years. In her new role, she will continue to pursue her passion of improving outcomes for mothers and their babies and advancing the practice of nursing. Rainey enjoys collaborating with front line staff, physicians, nurse anesthetists, senior leaders, and other nursing specialties to develop, implement, and sustain evidence-based practices at the bedside. In her 16 years as an obstetrical nurse, Rainey has played a crucial role in the implementation of many beneficial programs, including an ACLS-OB program, a clinical aromatherapy program, a nursing consult system for high - risk obstetrical patients, and a standard of care for cardiac-obstetrical patients. Rainey sits on the board of directors for The Milk Bank. She is a member of Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses, the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, the Central Indiana Organization of Clinical Nurse Specialists, and the Indiana Perinatal Network. Rainey’s current projects at Community Health Network include developing an obstetric fall risk assessment tool, decreasing newborn re-admissions, improving exclusive breast milk feeding rates, and improving recognition and management of post-partum hemorrhage.