Georgia McDuffie, PhD, MA
Dr. Georgia McDuffie holds a BSN from Long Island University, a master’s in nursing education from Teachers College, Columbia University, a master’s degree in educational administration from Seton Hall University, and a PhD in nursing education from Walden University. She has more than 25 years of experience in nursing service, home care, and nursing education holding leadership positions in the three arenas. She has held the title of Associate Dean of Nursing and Assistant Dean of Allied Health and managed various types of nursing education programs.
Dr. McDuffie taught at Seton Hall University, MassBay Community College, and Bucks County Community College. She has been at Medgar Evers College since 2001 serving as Professor, Chair, and Associate Dean and has taught in each of the three nursing programs provided at the College.
She held the title of Director of Nursing at the Essex Valley Visiting Nurse Association, where she was responsible for the HIV/AIDS team, pediatric team, and the High Tech IV team. Dr. McDuffie also holds certifications and specializes in the management and care of HIV/AIDS clients, insertion of PICC lines, and teaching of online courses in nursing education.
Dr. McDuffie has served as a site visitor with the ACEN, and she has served on the Evaluation Panel Review. She is published and has given presentations at the local, state and national levels. She is a current member of the NLN, ANA/NJSNA, and Sigma Theta Tau International.