Board Members


Linzi O’Laughlin

Linzi is the founder and president of Nursing Beyond Borders. Linzi has traveled to over 40 countries and been on many medical missions where she discovered a gross lack of basic health and hygiene education. This inspired her to start an organization that spent more time preventing disease rather than temporarily fixing the problem.   

OLaughlin, has been a bedside nurse for 12 years specializing in PICU, CTICU, PACU, and ECMO. She has her BSN, CCRN and is a member of AACN. 


Morgan LEE

Morgan is the Vice President and a Board Member of Nursing Beyond Borders. Morgan is a pediatric RN, yoga instructor, and studying for his master’s in Oriental Medicine. Most summers Morgan can be found in India where he has implemented a program to ensure current vaccination schedules for all the children at a Mysore orphanage. His pediatric mission experience is invaluable to the team.

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Chauncey TSE

Chauncey is the Financial Advisor and Board Treasurer for Nursing Beyond Borders. His background includes managing and supporting internal/external audit projects across the health care, automotive, energy, raw materials and consumer products industries. He works for CNM, and donates his time as a board member and advisor to the organization. We are grateful for his wealth of knowledge.




Kiki is the Head of Strategy for Nursing Beyond Borders.  He brings 15 years of business development and marketing experience.  His role at NBB will include helping create powerful, concise brand messaging, while also providing some thoughtful business guidance.  Some of his previous work includes campaigns for Lexus, Byton, Toyota, and McDonalds.

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Rusela is the Board secretary and volunteer coordinator for Nursing Beyond Borders. She brings 35 years of ICU and preoperative nursing experience to the organization. Without her coordination and organization skills the mission trips would not run as smoothly. We are indebted to her dedication and love of nursing.


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