Dani Stringer, MSN, CPNP, PMHS is popularly known as the KidNurse, both because of the kids she treats and the fact that she became a pediatric nurse practitioner while she was still a kid herself. She became a registered nurse in 2009, graduating summa cum laude from Arizona State University when she was only 17. A year later, Dani completed her Master of Science in Nursing degree and became a board certified pediatric nurse practitioner. At 18 years old, she was the youngest nurse practitioner in the country.

Dani Stringer has been a pediatric nurse practitioner since she was eighteen years old, caring for children in private practice and urgent care offices across the Phoenix valley.

In the last seven years, Dani has cared for children of all ages in both private practice and urgent care offices across the Phoenix valley. Dani is passionate about meeting her patients’ needs and holds an additional certification as a pediatric mental health specialist. She loves watching her little patients grow and cheering them on for happy, healthy futures.

Dani’s family and love for Jesus are the driving focus in her life. She married her best friend, Daniel, in 2012. Together they run a senior care company and coach couples who are interested in becoming marriedpreneuers.

Dani is a trusted media source and is available for interviews or keynote speaking. She recently spoke at TEDx Grand Canyon University, sharing the experiences that caused her to leave vaccine-hesitancy behind and advocate for immunizations.