After a long career beginning as a nursery nurse and ending as a school nurse, Alice Anderson Dickinson, now 98, lives with her daughter and enjoys keeping up with family and friends.
Susan Hufert Carman is now retired from a long career in mental health services in the Boston area, where she has lived for 45 years. Her final career stop was as founder and director of an outpatient counseling center.
Pat Sullivan has been a nurse manager in Psychiatry at Hopkins Hospital for 25 years. Her life as a nurse and her love of food and the arts were featured in the Spring 2015 issue of Johns Hopkins Nursing.
Pamela Klein works for Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, where she created and runs the Transgender Program and works as an HIV nurse case manager.
Paul Buttner has worked as a wound ostomy nurse specialist in Baltimore, Maine, and now Philadelphia, where he also enjoys leading a large inner-city community garden.
Janet Morrison, has worked as a research assistant at the University of Texas at Austin, School of Nursing since graduation, and is now a doctoral candidate with a National Research Service Award grant from the National Institute of Nursing Research.
Elizabeth Bartrum, who received both a master’s in public health and her nursing degree from Johns Hopkins, started at a the National Institutes of Health, where she has worked in a number of positions—she’s been a staff nurse, an NP for the neuro consult service, and is currently doing Institutional Review Board work.
Selina Clow is a family nurse practitioner living in Key West and working in a cardiology practice.
After graduation, Christina Fusco O’Garro traveled all over the United States as an Emergency Department RN, then interned with the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva. After meeting her now husband, she moved to California and co-led a successful program to improve patient flow in the ED. Now, Christina is the proud mother of two, and continues to consult for the WHO.
Anna Lagrotteria Martin received her MS in health science leadership and management from the University of Maryland in 2010, recently obtained her International board certification as a lactation consultant and is now working in labor and delivery.
As a new grad, Chun-Yi Chen worked at the University of Washington Medical Center in stem cell bone marrow transplant, and is currently working in the CICU at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center in Oregon.As a new grad, Chun-Yi Chen worked at the University of Washington Medical Center in stem cell bone marrow transplant, and is currently working in the CICU at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center in Oregon.
Jessica Hancock is living in Colorado and working as an epidemic intelligence service officer with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. She recently traveled to Sierra Leone, joining the effort to control the Ebola outbreak.
Lindsay Corrigan, ’09, with husband Sean and friends in Vanuatu.
Sumene Li is adjunct faculty at New York University College of Nursing and is in the pre-law pipeline program of Pace Law School.
Jaclyn Kramer works on a postpartum unit and at an outpatient surgery center in PACU. She is going to begin working toward her psychiatric nurse practitioner degree at the University of Texas at Austin in the fall.
Marjorie Riblet Swift ’39
Betty Q. Hansen ’40
Susan P. Tippett ’46
Elizabeth J. Weller ’46
Margaret Jean Weiland Newman ’47
Jane Bailey Baum ’49
Dorothy J. Button ’49
Margaret A. James ’49
Anna Clair Junkin ’50
Matilda Snelling Smith ’51
Mary E. McGeady ’55
Miriam G. Miller ’55
Sue A. Beidelman ’60, ’64
JoAnne Block Wise ’60
Anne M. Cowan ’61
Karen S. Chandler ’63
Mary D. John ’92