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Julie has been involved with health and wellness of women, children, and communities for over 30 years. She graduated with a B.A. in 1985 from The Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA, where the model of interdisciplinary, experiential education set the foundation for her hands-on approach to teaching and learning.
After working with vulnerable populations through social service and community outreach agencies, Julie pursued a nursing degree at the University of Vermont. She graduated with a BSN in 1993 and worked in the Birthing Center of a community hospital as a staff RN and Childbirth Educator. She also developed an outreach program providing perinatal education as a liaison between the hospital and local pre-natal providers. As her own two children reached school age, Julie transitioned to a position as School Nurse in Newbury, VT. Julie moved to central New Hampshire in 2010 and completed her Master of Science in Nursing Education from Norwich University in 2013. She has been teaching in the Nursing Department at PSU since 2012 as adjunct Clinical Faculty, Nursing Lab Coordinator, and Assistant Clinical Professor. Julie enjoys many outdoor activities including swimming, kayaking, tennis, and downhill and XC skiing.
Publications, Presentations, Memberships
2015 Plymouth State University
- Panel member for Diversity Institute
2015 New Hampshire Board of Nursing
- Co-author of position statement on use of simulation in nursing education, adopted as the Board’s guideline for pre-licensure nursing programs in NH
2014 Norwich University Residency Week
- Co-leader for roundtable discussion on cancer survivorship
2013 Norwich University Residency Week
- Leader for roundtable discussion on incivility in nursing education
Member NH Nurses Association 2015 to present
Secretary of PSU Nursing Honor Society 2014 to present
Member PSU Nursing Department Advisory Board 2014 to present
Member Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society 1992 to present