Joan Tunnicliffe Hurlock with dog Coco
Joan Tunnicliffe Hurlock (above with dog Coco) maintains her licensure as a registered nurse. She had a 20-year career in nursing education in the U.S. and Canada, and served the Canadian government from 1983 to 1995 as senior public health nursing consultant (“the best part of my career”). Now retired in California, Joan volunteers with the Health Ministry of Carmichael Presbyterian Church and the Health Ministries and Older Adult Ministries Task Force of the Sacramento Presbytery. She has attended her 50th, 55th, and 60th class reunions and looks forward to her 65th in 2018.
Joan Aline McNair served as in the U.S. Navy Nurse Corps for 22 years and now enjoys her retirement. Marion F. Cahill is staying busy in retirement—she just finished a nursing handbook on Successful Aging.
Judy Lee Ross works full time at the Veterans Affairs Medical Clinic in an outpatient substance abuse recovery program. In her spare time, she owns 10 show alpacas. Judy’s alpacas have won several ribbons!
Anne Bienvenu Broussard spent her career as a nurse midwife and became one of the first Certified Nurse Educators in 2005.
After graduating from Johns Hopkins, Judy Ellen (Jones) Sisk pursued her BSN at Spalding University. She had a career in the intensive care unit, as a consultant in blood disorder and cancer, and has now retired. Judy now volunteers as an RN at a free health clinic for the uninsured and fosters golden retrievers.
Ruth Johnson DePalma currently serves as the chair of the Undergraduate Department of Nursing at Colorado State University–Pueblo.
Karyn Brundige (also MSN, ’96) spent 18 years as a pediatric hematology/oncology nurse practitioner at Seattle Children’s Hospital but has relocated to Dana-Farber and Boston Children’s Hospital.
Sara Bowsky received her MPH from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine and now serves as senior technical adviser for pediatric HIV and deputy director, HIV for the Health Policy Plus Project with the Palladium Group.
Mindy Moore has spent her career with the Veterans Benefits Administration, holding positions including adjudicator, supervisor, and military sexual trauma coordinator. She now works for the appeal team. Mindy hopes to pursue her MPH in 2018.
Kristine Taylor recently completed her DNP and was promoted to director of Practice, Innovation & Magnet at Stanford Children’s Health. Beth Gaither recently joined St. Louis Children’s Hospital as a Pediatric Neuro-Oncology Nurse Practitioner.
Jacqueline Baker recently started a PNP program at the University of Pennsylvania.
Sarah E. Allison ’53
Maria Georgiana Restuccia ’57
Excie Everett Taylor ’58
Eileen Collingwood Crooks ’63