Nurse educator, scholar, and health care provider Elizabeth Sloand focused on uninsured and underinsured children and youth in Baltimore, Haiti, and internationally. Her clinical leadership in primary care and public health enabled SON students to provide episodic direct primary and preventive health care to impoverished families of rural southwest Haiti as part of their training. In recognition of her work in Haiti and domestically, she received the 2017 Audrey Hepburn Award for Contributions to Health and Welfare of Children by Sigma Theta Tau International. Closer to home, Dr. Sloand provided direct primary care services to uninsured/underinsured children and their families. Dr. Sloand held a joint appointment with the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine’s Department of Pediatrics, and collaborated interprofessionally on scholarly, educational, and administrative projects.