Darby native and Cochranville resident Kasey Trill is a Health Career Pathways Instructor and Nurse Educator for the Chester County Intermediate Unit/Technical College High School (TCHS) Brandywine.
Trill, who began working at age 13 in a home daycare and afterschool program, earned a bachelor’s degree in Nursing and a master’s degree as a Nurse Educator from Wilmington University, where she recently completed her first semester in the doctoral program in Higher Education Leadership.
She credits the nurses she’s trained throughout the years as having the biggest impact on her career.
“Watching them successfully save lives and impact others gives me a sense of pride,” said Trill. “Currently, every healthcare worker and first responder who are working tirelessly during this pandemic to save lives reminds me how crucial it is to educate future healthcare professionals and prepare them for the field.”
Trill’s proudest professional achievement was being named Jennersville Regional Hospital’s 2017 Employee of the Year.
“Being acknowledged for the years of service to the community and public health reinforced my drive to impact healthcare through educating future professionals,” said Trill.