As a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellow with funding to complete an advanced leadership project of choice, along with the vision and passion for cultural competency, I sought the support of thought leaders across the nation, including members of the Pennsylvania Action Coalition’s Nursing Diversity Council (NDC). The project’s goal is to enhance the provision of culturally competent care across the state of Pennsylvania. Stakeholders who joined forces to work on this project included clinicians and non-clinicians; all shared a vision for Healthy Pennsylvania through Nursing. These leaders are primarily driven by a passion for quality healthcare for vulnerable populations. As a team, we set direction, created alignment and gained significant commitment to conduct the project. Also, the team adopted a gracious space philosophy. Team members worked collaboratively in a gracious space environment where differences, diversity of thoughts and ideas were welcomed and celebrated; members trusted enough to be vulnerable and sucessfully led the completion of the statewide cultural competence education and awareness survey of Pennsylvania Registered Nurses. Survey data was analyzed, and findings were used to guide development of education and training to address identified gaps. The outcome of the project underscores the value of visionary leadership in leading change by inspiring stakeholders to engage in meaningful ways for a greater cause!