registered nurse and attorney, Irnise Williams, Esq., 35, was working as a travel nurse when, at the height of the pandemic, she decided to build a law practice to help service healthcare workers. Knowing she needed guidance on getting the word out, she enlisted the help of Tiffany Gibson, MSN, RN, 38, a nurse director for a school district in Philadelphia, who is also the founder of New Nurse Academy, a professional development consulting resource that teaches nurses innovative ways to grow in a rapidly changing industry, including social media strategies. While coaching from this self-declared “professional troublemaker” has been invaluable to Williams, it’s their resulting friendship that has been the game changer for them both. The story of their multi-pronged mentorship holds helpful takeaways for all of us, too.