• Arianna M. Anton MSN, RN

    Assistant Professor, School of Nursing & Health Sciences
    603.526.3795 | arianna.anton@colby-sawyer.edu

    Joined the college as an adjunct faculty member in 2014 and assistant professor in 2019. Earned a B.S. in nursing from Colby-Sawyer College in 2011 and an M.S.N. from Norwich University in 2015. Professor Anton instructs courses in both classroom and clinical settings, including Introduction to Nursing, Nursing Fundamentals, and Critical Care and Medical-Surgical Settings.

    Professor Anton has worked as a staff nurse in the surgical-trauma intensive care unit at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center since her graduation from Colby-Sawyer. In 2017, Professor Anton transitioned into a part-time clinical nurse educator for the critical care units at DHMC, where she still works. In addition to critical care nursing, Professor Anton has a special interest in high-fidelity simulation, nurse burnout and interdisciplinary team work.read more…

  • Kimberly A. Boulanger MSN, RNC-OB

    Assistant Professor, School of Nursing & Health Sciences
    603.526.3795 | kimberly.boulanger@colby-sawyer.edu

    Professor Boulanger joined the college as an adjunct faculty member in 2012 and was hired full-time in 2019. She earned her BSN from Western Connecticut State University and MSN from Norwich University. Professor Boulanger areas of expertise include high-risk obstetrics and maternal newborn care. She teaches courses in maternal and child health care.

  • Nicole Chartier MSN, RN

    Assistant Professor, School of Nursing & Health Sciences
    603.526.3795 | nicole.chartier@colby-sawyer.edu

    Joined the Colby-Sawyer nursing faculty in 2020. Graduated with a B.S.N. from Colby-Sawyer College in 2011. Post graduation, she worked as a registered nurse in the Intensive Care Nursery at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. She graduated with her M.S.N. in nursing education in 2020 from Southern New Hampshire University. She assists with academic coaching and nursing simulations for students and is interested in the use of simulation in education to assist students in developing their critical thinking in the clinical environment.

  • Bianca Fortier MSN, RN, SCRN

    Assistant Professor, School of Nursing & Health Sciences
    603.526.1713 | bianca.fortier@colby-sawyer.edu

    Professor Fortier joined the Colby-Sawyer nursing faculty in 2021. She earned her BSN from Saint Anselm College in 2012 and MSN from Norwich University in 2015. She received a post-master’s certificate in Patient Safety and Quality from Southern New Hampshire University in 2017. Professor Fortier is currently the coordinator for the RN-BS Online Program and teaches coursework related to healthcare research and evidence-based practice.

    Professor Fortier has worked as clinical nurse in the adult neurosciences unit and a nurse educator for central programs at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.

  • Ann Fournier PhD, MS, RN, ACNP-BC, AHN-BC, CNE, CCE

    Assistant Professor, School of Nursing & Health Sciences
    603.526.3642 | ann.fournier@colby-sawyer.edu

    Dr. Fournier joined the college as an assistant professor in 2019. She holds a PhD in nursing from Rutgers University, an MS in health care administration from New England College and an MSN with a specialty in acute care from Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions. She also holds a BA in French/Spanish from Saint Anselm College.

    Dr. Fournier has over a decade of teaching experience and has taught many nursing courses in the classroom and clinical settings in a variety of programs at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Dr. Fournier's favorite courses to teach include: Introduction to Professional Nursing, Nursing Leadership, and Nursing Capstone. read more…

  • Shari L. Goldberg PhD, RN

    Professor, School of Nursing & Health Sciences
    603.526.3795 | sgoldberg@colby-sawyer.edu

    Joined the faculty in 2002. Teaches the senior nursing capstone courses, community and public health nursing, and the introduction to public health. Appointed to the State of N.H. Public Health Improvement Services Council. Participates in a national effort aimed at integrating public health into undergraduate liberal arts education. The 2009-2010 recipient of the policy research fellowship at George Mason University's Center for Health Policy Research and Ethics.read more…

  • Robin LeBoeuf MSN, CPNP- AC

    Assistant Professor, School of Nursing & Health Sciences
    603-526-3795 | robin.leboeuf@colby-sawyer.edu

    Professor LeBoeuf joined the faculty in 2021. She obtained her BSN from Drexel University and earned her MSN from the University of Pennsylvania with a specialty in pediatric acute and chronic care advanced practice nursing. Professor LeBoeuf has more than 10 years of experience from The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and concurrently practices as an advanced practice nurse in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. read more…

  • Joan G. Loftus DNP, RN

    Director & Chair of Nursing,
    Associate Professor, School of Nursing & Health Sciences
    603.526.3795 | jloftus@colby-sawyer.edu

    Joined faculty in 2008. B.S.N. from Wilkes College, Wilkes-Barre, Penn. in 1985, M.S.N. with a Geriatric Nurse Practitioner certification from Georgetown University, Washington, DC in 1992; and D.N.P. from Wilkes University in 2014. Professor Loftus teaches First Year Nursing Seminar, Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice, and Nursing Leadership.read more…

  • Kelly A. McCue DNP, MSN, AOCNS, RN

    Assistant Professor, School of Nursing & Health Sciences
    603.526.3283 | kelly.mccue@colby-sawyer.edu

    Dr. McCue joined the college as an adjunct assistant professor in 2021 and was hired full time the same year. She holds a BSN from Southern CT State University, an MSN and CNS from Loyola University Chicago and is a summa cum laude DNP graduate from Northeastern University in Boston. Dr. McCue also has a certification in Advanced Oncology (AOCNS) and a certification in Human Research Protections from the National Institute of Health.read more…

  • Kathleen Nunes MEd, BSN, BSAT/EMT-P

    Assistant Professor, School of Nursing & Health Sciences
    603.526.3643 | kathleen.nunes@colby-sawyer.edu

    Professor Nunes joined Colby-Sawyer College as Assistant Professor of Nursing in 2020. She holds a Masters in Education degree from Franklin Pierce University, a B.S.N from George Mason University and a Bachelors in Science in Athletic Training with a minor in Emergency medical Services.

    In 2019, Professor Nunes traveled to New Delhi India as guest faculty for the 10th annual Asian Conference for Emergency Medicine. The Conference theme: “Affordable Care, Bridging Gaps, & Creating Impact” focused on the need for global partnership and support of our emergency medicine family. As an international guest speaker for the ACEM Nursing Workshop, Professor Nunes presented on Emergency Nursing and Trauma: “the neglected disease of modern developing nations.” read more…

  • Benjamin Rieke MSN, RN-BC, CNE, TCRN

    Assistant Professor, School of Nursing & Health Sciences
    603.526.3976 | ben.rieke@colby-sawyer.edu

    Professor Rieke joined the faculty in 2020. He holds an M.S. in nursing from the University of Texas at Arlington, and a B.S. in nursing and biology from Baylor University. Board certified in trauma and medical-surgical nursing, he has a clinical background in the care of critically ill adults and patients with traumatic injuries.

    Professor Rieke is a certified nurse educator who teaches coursework related to pathophysiology, pharmacology, and preparation for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). read more…

  • Courtney Rogers MSN, MBA, RN, CNE

    Assistant Professor, School of Nursing & Health Sciences
    603.526.3043 | courtney.rogers@colby-sawyer.edu

    Professor Rogers joined the faculty in 2019 with a B.A. from University of New Hampshire; M.B.A. from Southern New Hampshire University; A.D.N. from New Hampshire Technical Institute; M.S.N. from Franklin Pierce University. She is a Certified Nurse Educator.

    Professor Rogers has worked as a staff nurse in the intensive care unit and interventional radiology at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and Concord Hospital as well as in the perioperative setting. She has a special interest in simulation, strategies for developing critical thinking skills, and nursing transition to practice.read more…

  • Julie Steele DNP, CRNA

    Assistant Professor, School of Nursing & Health Sciences
    603.789-1851 | julie.steele@colby-sawyer.edu

    Professor Steele joined the faculty in 2021. She holds a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from Duke University School of Nursing in Durham, NC, and a Master of Science in nurse anesthesia from Albany Medical College in Albany, NY. She is board certified in nurse anesthesia.

    Professor Steele's background includes serving as the Clinical Coordinator and Co-Chief Nurse Anesthetist at Concord Hospital and clinical preceptor at Bassett Healthcare in New York. She currently teaches Pharmacology in the ABSN program.read more…

  • Lindsey M. Thompson MSN, RN, CNL

    Assistant Professor, School of Nursing & Health Sciences
    603-526-3348 | lindsey.thompson@colby-sawyer.edu

    Lindsey M. Thompson, Assistant Professor of Nursing, joined Colby-Sawyer College (CSC) as an adjunct faculty member in 2018 and transitioned to full-time in 2021. She has a robust background in clinical bedside nursing, with experience spanning all adult inpatient populations.

    Before working at CSC, Professor Thompson served on the Adult Critical Care Staffing Resource Team at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC). She worked in all Adult Intensive Care and Progressive Care Units at DHMC, including the: Medical Intensive Care Unit, Surgical Trauma Intensive Care Unit, Neuro Critical Care Unit, Cardiovascular Critical Care Unit, Intermediate Specialty Care Unit, Neuro Specialty Care Unit, and Cardiac Specialty Care Unit. Professor Thompson also served as a resource to the Emergency Department, Post Anesthesia Recovery Unit, Medical Units, and Surgical Units when patients required higher levels of nursing care.read more…

Adjunct & Clinical Faculty

  • Christopher Charles
  • Chelsea Connors
  • Miriam Dowling-Schmitt
  • Jane Eaton
  • Cassi-Mae Gelinas
  • Eileen Hayes-Bonaccolto
  • Clara Knapp
  • Sonya Kuykendall
  • Lauren Lefebvre
  • Elizabeth McGrath
  • Joni Menard
  • Bridget Mudge
  • Tracia O'Shana
  • Lisa Purvis
  • Julia Scavato
  • Paula Seaman
  • Becca Socci
  • Julia Sweet
  • Jennifer Taylor
  • Katie Tennent
  • Nanci Weinhold
  • Brianna White
  • Jennifer Whitton