Meet the first class of Family Nurse Practitioner Residents!
Please join us in welcoming our first class of Family Nurse Practitioners–the Class of 2021! Read below to learn more about them.
Julia Donahue, MS, APRN, FNP-BC, CLC
Graduate – MS – Lehman College
Undergraduate – BSN – LSU Health Sciences Center-New Orleans, BS – Cornell University
Ms. Donahue is a born and raised New Yorker. She worked in the NYCDOHMH for five years as a nurse home visitor for the Nurse-Family Partnership Targeted Citywide Initiative working with new families living in the shelter system. Ms. Donahue is also a certified lactation counselor, and speaks Spanish. Prior to becoming a nurse, she was a student activist and worked as a union organizer representing custodial workers, hotel workers, and resident physicians. She is interested in social and economic justice, public health, and political advocacy. She believes that each person knows what is best for themselves, and takes satisfaction when patients feel that they are in control of their health.
Jane Kim, DNP, FNP-BC
Graduate – University of Washington – Doctor of Nursing Practice
Undergraduate – University of Washington – BS Nursing
Ms. Kim grew up in New Jersey and spent much of her adult life in Seattle. She is interested in substance use disorder, integrative medicine, homeless healthcare, adolescent medicine, and implementation research. As a primary care provider, she seeks to support and collaborate with patients, families, and communities to achieve wellness. She enjoys being outdoors, cooking, and eating home-cooked, seasonal meals. She is inspired every day by the resiliency of the people she cares for.
Anna Pang, RN, FNP-BC, WHNP-BC
Graduate – MS in Nursing from Emory University’s Family and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner programs
Undergraduate – BS in Nursing from Emory University, BA in Molecular and Cell Biology from the University of California Berkeley
Ms. Pang grew up in an immigrant household and witnessed many healthcare struggles in her diverse community. She worked at the San Francisco Department of Public Health, serving the immigrant community in the Bay Area. She is interested in women’s health, quality improvement, and reducing health disparities. She also speaks Cantonese and Mandarin. She believes that everyone, regardless of their background, should be able to receive quality care without judgment or discrimination. Building relationships with patients and forming partnerships to achieve their healthcare goals is her passion.
Camille Lawhead, FNP-BC
Graduate – MS in Nursing, Yale School of Nursing
Undergraduate – BA in History, Yale University
Ms. Lawhead speaks French and Haitian Creole. She is interested in sexual and reproductive health, adolescent care, LGBTQ+ care and substance use disorder treatment. She loves getting to know patients from all walks of life and partnering with them to work toward their goals.