Dr. Inseon Hwang
Assistant Professor of Nursing
B.A. Ewha Womans University; M.A. Ewha Womans University; Ph.D. Columbia University School of Nursing
Associate Professor of Nursing
A.A. Rockland Community College; B.S. New Paltz; M.A., EDD. Walden University
Dr. Elizabeth Simon
BSN College of Nursing, Kerala, India, MS College of New Rochelle
Bachelors in Business Administration Pace University, Borough of Manhattan Community College Paramedic IV certification, Westchester Community College Associate Degree in Applied Science, Certified Emergency Nurse and instructor for American Heart Aassociation BLS and ACLS programs, SUNY New Paltz Master's of Science in Nursing, and board certified Clinical Nurse Specialist in Adult Health.
EdD, RN, ANP/GNP-BC Nursing diploma, Rochester State Hospital School of Nursing; BSN, MSN Hunter College; MEd, EdD Teachers College, Columbia University
RN, B.S.N., CPN, MPH
Angela Diano has been a Nurse for over 30years and has practiced in, not for profit as well as for profit Organizations. Her experience has run the gamete from staff nurse to Pediatric Nurse Practitioner to Associate Director for an Emergency Department.
Maureen C. Creegan
Dr. Maureen Creegan has over 40 years experience in the nursing profession She is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Bons Secours Charity Health System. She is Board Chair of the Quality Committee of Bons Secours Charity Health System and a member of the United Hospice of Rockland Ethics Committee.
Dr. Creegan has received numerous honors for her work and has been involved in countless professional activities. Most recently she was inducted as a Fellow in the New York Academy of Medicine and is currently Co-lead in the Northern Metropolitan Regional Action Coalition in New York State for the Future of Nursing. Dr. Creegan has more than 25 reviews, papers and presentations to her credit, including several acknowledgements as a keynote speaker.
Dr. Doyle launched her nursing career over four decades ago and specialized in psychiatric nursing for more than three of those decades. She has extensive advanced practice clinical experience for which she holds several national and state certifications. Teaching in both clinical and academic settings is her special passion that is often commended by colleagues, students, and two national teaching certifications. Based on many years of community service, the National Alliance on Mental Illness inducted her into their Hall of Fame in 2011. She currently is a Co-Convenor of the Gender Perspectives Working Group of the Non-Governmental Organization Committee on Mental Health at the United Nations. As an author, reviewer, mentor, and presenter she is active in many nursing organizations. One of her favorite quotes is: “Be still and know that I am God.”
SUNY New Paltz Master's of Science Degree/ Clinical Nurse Specialist, SUNY New Paltz Bachelor's Degree Science of Nursing, SUNY Rockland Degree in Applied Science Nursing. Member of the Honor Society Sigma Theta Tau and professional Nurses Association of Rockland District 17. Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner, American Cancer Society Self Breast Examination Educator, BLS, ACLS, and PALS certified.