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Michigan Nurse Discovers True Calling After Making Career Switch During COVID-19 Pandemic

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March 4, 2024 ~ Every year, millions of women re-invent themselves in the U.S. by finding new careers, many facing enormous obstacles while looking for a more fulfilling life.

Kelly May Sololli, a nursing supervisor at Corewell Health, had a thriving career in business and marketing but realized she wanted more for herself, so she chose to become a nurse. Her road in nursing school was bumpy, she said, but she persevered despite her passion being tested when she volunteered to become a traveling nurse at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite working 14 hours a day for nearly two months, Sololli said it made her realize all the more that she made the right decision.


March 4, 2024 ~ This week is International Women’s Week, and millions of women every year re-invent themselves by finding new careers. WJR Senior News Analyst Marie Osborne talks with Guy Gordon, Lloyd Jackson, and Renee Vitali about one local nurse who joined the profession later in life after working another career and realizing she was capable of so much more.