Sharon Sundersingh is a Senior Sister in Critical Care Unit of Luton and Dunstable University Hospital. ‘Not to minister unto but to minister’ is her call for nursing. After, completing her Nursing degree in 2004 from Christian Medical College, Vellore, she had the privilege to serve in the mission hospital in Ranchi and thereafter in various other hospitals in Tamilnadu. She has worked as a staff nurse, clinical Instructor and tutor in several institutions. In 2009, she moved to the United Kingdom and started as overseas nurse in L&D Hospital’s Respiratory unit. There she progressed to be a Sister in 2013. From being a sister in Respiratory unit she moved to be a sister in High Dependency unit in the same trust and went on to complete her Intensive care Course. In 2019, she advanced to become senior sister in Critical Care Unit. In her career she has mentored, taught and supported students and staffs. At her work place she is known for her hard working, caring and calm nature in handling both patients and staff. As a British Indian Nurse, with the rich values of two great nations she believes to create a difference in nursing.