Alyze Sam is a blockchain strategist and technical writer that came from Wichita, Kansas. She is the Chief Executive Assistant for Give Nation, a Nonprofit Children's financial literacy AI/Blockchain project, rewarding altruistic behaviors as well as The Community Leader at The World Ethical Data Forum and a Community Manager for Women in Blockchain International. She sits on the advisory board as a social Impact Advisor for Blockchain Nonprofits; Blockchance.eu, & Women in Blockchain Foundation. During her free time, Sam writes for 15+ tech magazines, While humbly sitting at the top 1% of the Blockchain industry as an influencer. Her unbiased Complete 2020 Guide to Stablecoins will be released in January 2020.
Alyze Sam attended Newman University, Wichita and Butler Community College where she studied Nursing and Chemistry. She has also taken courses at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, freeCodeCamp, Stanford University School of Medicine and Wichita Area Technical. Her Blockchain education came directly from guides given to her by Blockgeeks owner, Dmitry Buterin.
Alyze Sam has been a US Licensed Hospice and Home Health Nurse for the last 11 years. She currently works as an Expert Legal Nurse, specializing in Wrongful Deaths and Digital Health Care Cases.
She started a nursing job when she was 15 years old by becoming a Home Health Aide. She graduated high school and took part in opening her mother's privately owned Home Health Agency. While in nursing school, Sam worked as a home health aide.
After nursing graduation, she provided clinical care in patient's homes to prevent hospitalization or nursing home placement. She also was the charge nurse for the Priest Retirement Center; a Catholic Care by Via Christi and spent a summer as a Lead Nurse at a Methadone Clinic.
Alyze partnered with GraceMed and sat on the Kansas Board of Directors for the March of Dimes to lead the 'Becoming a Mom" Curriculum, in one of the highest SIDS rates in the nation. The 6-week pre and post-natal course was directed by Alyze. There was a need to reach out to underprivileged and young mothers; therefore this class was taught in three Languages, baby showers were ran for each mother, Health care made available at no cost, and monetary rewards were. Granted to Graduates.
Noted Current Roles as of July, 2019
- Chief Executive Assistant at GIVE Nation
- Social Impact Advisor for Blockchance.eu
- Community Director/Research Scientist at the World Ethical Data Forum
- Content Provider for HackerNoon, CollaboGateBlockchain Research Lab, Altcoin Magazine, Cryptocurrency Hub, Ethical Data Magazine, and a Ghostwriter for 15+ Projects and Blockchain Professionals
- Alliance of Blockchain Professionals (ABP/UOCA) Member
- Women in Blockchain International, Community Director, Director
- Women in Blockchain Foundation, Advisor
- Learning to Birth, Advisor, Nurse
"Diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Lupus, Alyze knew she would have to retire before her colleagues, but she never anticipated it would be in her early 30's. While stopped at a red light, an unlicensed semi truck driver crashed into Alyze and her family. Alyze sustained multiple minor spinal injuries and lost her left clavicle. A spinal fusion of her c3, 4, 5 and 6 and multiple lower lumber injuries, ended her ability to perform patient care, it was then Sam branched out to the Fintech Industry".
Alyze had a public 2017 battle against Hyperemesis gravidarum. After losing 46% of her body weight and fighting for her life in a clinical setting for nearly 2.5 years. Sam passionately shares her holistic approaches to natural and internal healing methods. She's a nurse consultant and advisor for Learning to Birth, a natural birthing summit, owned by fellow Women in Blockchain and Cryptocurrency member Akasha Rose.
In May 2019, Alyze Sam had two surgeries in two weeks. She was released from the hospital on May 18, 2019. One was a placement of a feeding tube, while still being on TPN. She was released from the hospital on May 18th, 2019.
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