Dr. Charlotte Swint has been a Family Nurse Practitioner since 1997. She has been a part of the Frontier Nursing University faculty since 2017. Dr. Swint received her DNP degree from the University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa), her MSN-FNP degree from Vanderbilt University, and her Master of Public Health degree from Western Kentucky University. She has participated in the National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program as a clinician and the Nurse Corps Loan Repayment Program as a faculty member. She was a scholar in Sigma's Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy. Dr. Swint has served as an Interim Director of BSN program at a regional state university and a Director of Clinical Affairs at a rural health corporation. She has served as a site study coordinator for several national clinical trials and for investigator-initiated studies. Her research interests include health policy, DNP and advanced practice nursing education, and nursing engagement in leadership. The state of Georgia is her home. To give back to her community, she has participated in the Regional Leadership Institute (metro Atlanta), Leadership Clayton (Clayton County, GA), and the Georgia Women's Policy Institute (GWPI). As a fellow in the GWPI, she was a key advocate for the legislation to have the sexual assault kits that were stored by agencies around the state taken out of storage and processed; this legislation was signed into law by the governor. She has also served as one of the founding members and chairs of the Health Policy Education Special Interest Group for the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties, the vice president and secretary of the Atlanta Chapter of UAPRN, United Advanced Practice Registered Nurses, a chapter president and membership counselor for Sigma Theta Tau. Dr. Swint lives in McDonough, GA, with her 3 rescue puppies.