Sunny G. Hallowell PhD, APRN, PPCNP-BC is an Assistant Professor at Villanova University’s M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing and a pediatric researcher focused on solving healthcare problems through policy, research, and innovation. She believes all nurses are innovators. With over twenty years of clinical experience Dr. Hallowell knows that nurses in all settings have at one time, or another relied on their expertise and creativity to design custom-made solutions, often fashioned from available and ordinary supplies, to improve patient care. Dr. Hallowell is nationally recognized as one of five 2021 Josiah Macy Foundation Faculty Scholars, a forward-thinking group of five nurses and physicians poised to lead healthcare education into the 21st century. She has designed and developed Inclusive Clinical Advocacy, Responsible Education - Virtual Gaming Simulations (ICARE-VGS), a web-based virtual gaming simulation to support healthcare providers' development of clinical and communication skills to promote equity, diversity, and belonging in the communities they serve.