Donna L. Cullinan, M.S., RN, FNP was elected to the Board of Advisors in April of 2018 and serves on the Health Care and Human Resources Committees.
Ms. Cullinan is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Boston College William F. Connell School of Nursing and has held this role for the past 18 years. She is also a visiting Professor at FSIL, a BSN Nursing School in Leogane, Haiti. In addition to her teaching, she leads a trip to Haiti each year with a group of nurse practitioner undergraduates to care for and educate individuals living in rural villages.
Ms. Cullinan is also a Nurse Practitioner and runs a clinic at Fuller Village in Milton. The clinic provides primary care to residents. Care is also provided to individuals in their homes if they are unable to travel to the clinic.
Ms. Cullinan has worked almost exclusively in the community for 40 years. Roles have included service as a school nurse, visiting nurse and public health nurse. She has also worked with the homeless.
Ms. Cullinan served on the Nativity Prep School Board in Jamaica Plain from 2010-2016 and served on various committees at the school as well. Ms. Cullinan has served as a volunteer within the local community in various capacities and brings communion to homebound people for her church. Ms. Cullinan graduated from St. Anselm College with a BSN in Nursing. She received her Master’s Degree in Nursing and her Family Nurse Practitioner Degree from Boston College.