Kathleen Mammen, MSN
Assistant Clinical Professor of Nursing
Kathleen Mammen, MSN, FNP-BC, is Assistant Clinical Professor at Graceland University School of Nursing. She has been a part of Graceland’s faculty for over 10 years. Mrs. Mammen helps prepare future FNP students by emphasizing critical thinking and the use of national practice guidelines and evidence-based practice in her pathophysiology course, the foundational course of all learning for advance practice nurses. Lifelong learning is a constant ambition of Mrs. Mammen’s, as providing health care as a nurse practitioner continues to be dynamic and ever evolving. She also helps nurture future nurse practitioners from a clinical aspect by instructing in the Pediatric Advance Nurse Practitioner Practicum and teaching face to face in Advance Practice Competency lab.
Mrs. Mammen holds a Master of Science in Nursing. She is a Family Nurse Practitioner with over 15 years of experience working in family practice and has worked in the specialty areas of HIV/AIDS and nephrology.
Mrs. Mammen loves to be outside as much as possible and enjoys many types of physical activities. She is a triathlete and participates annually in the Ride for Multiple Sclerosis. Being from the East Coast, Mrs. Mammen loves the beach and ocean. She also has a spirited passion for travel.