Alumni Association Advisory Council

 

Mission: 

The Alumni Association will be a dynamic, member-focused organization, driven by the mission of Frontier Nursing University and directed towards supporting the needs of all Alumni

  

The Alumni Association will achieve this mission through its vision of

●    Promoting a strong relationship between alumni and the University

●    Promoting a culture of philanthropy within the Alumni Association for University support

●    Advancing the unique needs of alumni, while supporting the University's goals

●    Promoting the mission of FNU through community service, networking and providing continuing education to Alumni

●    Promoting a sense of University pride among all graduates

●    Providing the University with insight into the needs of the communities it serves.

Alumni Association

Advisory Council  

2015-2018

President

Danny Webb, CFNP

Class 81

Hello I am Danny Webb, Family Nurse Practitioner.  2013 Frontier Nursing University Graduate.  I currently reside in Gainesville, Ga.  I work at a multi-specialty clinic in Internal Medicine.  I also volunteer at the local indigent care clinic where I have been volunteering for the past 5 years. 

Awards Committee Chair

Kiki Smith, CNEP

Class 107

I am a CNEP graduate from class 107.  I currently work with a home birth practice in New York.  When I am not doing that I work as an assistant professor at a small women's college teaching undergraduate nursing students.  I am proud to serve FNU and will continue to do so for the rest of my days.

 

Development Committee Chair

Susan Clapp, CNEP

Class 81

I am honored to serve those who serve in our nation's military as Nurse Midwife. Currently, I am serving at the Carl R. Damal Army Medical Center in Ft. Hood Texas.

 

 

 

Nominating Committee Chair

Tia Moreno, CNEP

Bridge Class 69

 

 

Member At-Large

Shandra Andry, CNEP

Class 64

Shandra is a 2013 graduate of FNU CNEP Class 64.  Before becoming a nurse midwife, she spent the vast majority of her almost 20-year nursing career working as a maternal/newborn nurse.  She enjoys working with women of all ages and helping them to meet their healthcare goals. She currently works a full-time, full scope midwifery position.

 

 

Member At-Large

Jennifer Hackwith, FNP, DNP

Class 9 and Class 5

 

Member At-Large

Kathleen Heintzelman Burditt, CNEP

Class 88

 

Member At-Large

Sheila Hinton, CFNP

Class 106

I am a FNP primary care provider serving families at a rural health clinic in northern Florida.  I have been married for 30 years and have three wonderful children. I have twin 17-year-old daughters who keep me busy when I am not practicing as a NP.  I love my work and trying to figure out why I waited so long to earn my MSN and become a FNP.

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Member At-Large

Karli Kerrschneider, CNEP

Class 134

 

 

Member At-Large

Linda Pierce, FNP

Class 103

Member At-Large

Shari Long Romero, CNM, DNP

Class 8 and Class 1

I am grateful to be a Class 8 CNEP and Class 1 DNP companion graduate who has served women in the hospital and community settings including through the National Health Service Corp. and as a Frontier Nursing Preceptor for midwifery, women's health, and FNP students. I am currently the Clinical Director and a Certified Nurse-Midwife at the Denver Center for Birth and Wellness, a freestanding birth center in Littleton, Colorado. 

 

Member At-Large

Laura M. Willis, DNP

Class 16

Laura Willis is a Family Nurse Practitioner in Urbana, Ohio. She is a graduate of FNU’s CFNP class 88 and DNP class 16. She was the recipient of the NP Leadership Award in 2013 at FNU. Laura is also works as a freelance author/contributor/editor for a textbook publishing company. She lives in the Dayton, Ohio area with her husband and is the proud mom of two grown sons.