NADNP/ACDNP Board Members

At National Academy of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners , we are only as strong as our staff and are proud to employ a variety of qualified individuals who bring their own diverse knowledge to the practice in order to ensure you receive the most comprehensive treatment possible. Please take a moment to read more about our individual staff members and learn how they allow our practice to continually be the absolute best at caring for your health needs.

Brenda Lim, MSN

International Affiliate Director: South East Asia, Singapore

Brenda graduated as State Registered Nurse in 1985 and has advanced training in pediatric and neonatal nursing care. She is also a credentialed Diabetes Educator for the past 14 years. Brenda has 25 years experience in various departments such as clinical, education, operations support, and administration in the hospitals of inpatient and outpatient ambulatory care setting.  She is currently working at the National Skin Centre as the Head of Nursing Department and also appointed working committee under the National Healthcare Group for Patient Safety, High Alert Medication, Nursing Education & Development Advisory Committee Education & Training and JCI Resource Unit. She is an active volunteer of Dermatology Nurses Chapter under Singapore Nurses Association and Association of Diabetes Educators (Singapore).

Raymond Shulstad, DNP, ARNP-C, BC, DCNP, FACNP

Vice President/Founding Member

Dr. Shulstad is a Fellow of the American College of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners (FACDNP).


Raymond Shulstad has lived in Tampa since 1994. He joined the Center for Dermatology and Skin, Inc, team in 2002. He is a Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Health Science Education at the University of Florida and a Master of Science degree from the University of South Florida's College of Nursing in 2002. Currently, Raymond is involved in the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.
Dr. Shulstad was the 2nd graduate of the USF DNP Dermatology Residency Program and is an instructor for MSN students and DNP Dermatology Residents. In 2015, Dr. Shulstad became one of the first Fellow of the American College of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners (FACDNP) along with the other founding founders of NADNP. 
Dr. Shelby served as the Affiliate Director of the DNP Dermatology Program at USF from 2007-2015. She is a guest speaker on dermatology related issues and is a dermatology clinical preceptor for doctoral and masters nurse practitioner students. Throughout her career she has presented nationally, developed nursing educational programs and conferences, published and continues her interest in research.
In September of 2012, Dr. Shelby was asked by the Prime Ministry of Health in Singapore to visit dermatology nurses at the National Skin Centre to lecture on advanced practice and education in dermatology. She has made a priority goal of NADNP to connect with our international colleagues and serve as a resource and mentor. In 2015, Dr. Shelby became one of the first Fellow of the American College of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners (FACDNP) along with the other founding founders of NADNP.

Catherine T. Milne, APRN, MSN, BC-ANP, CWOCN, FACDNP   

Director
Cathy Mine is a Fellow of the American College of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners (FACDNP).


Catherine is an Adult Nurse Practitioner and Clinical Nurse Specialist Connecticut Clinical Nursing Associates, with a practice focusing on direct patient care, consultation, education and research located in Bristol, CT. She is additionally affiliated with the Bristol Hospital Wound, Ostomy Lymphedema Center. Ms. Milne has published several articles in professional journals and coauthored the text, Wound, Ostomy, Continence Nursing Secrets. 
She is an abstract reviewer for Symposium on Advanced Wound Care and on the editorial boards for Ostomy/Wound Management, and Kestral Wound Product and continence Sourcebook. In 2016, Cathy became a Fellow of the American College of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners (FACDNP).

Our Mission
The National Academy of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners ® (NADNP) is a professional advance practice nursing organization dedicated to setting the standards in dermatology practice, education, research and professional development. It is our mission to serve as a resource and to support all NPs with an interest in dermatology.

We are a collaboration of all disciplines, physicians, NPs and PAs.

Deborah J. Angeles, Maj., USAF, DNP, C-PNP

Director


Major Deborah J. Angeles is a Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner who has served on Active Duty in the United States Air Force since 1999. She has been in the field of nursing since 1997, and pediatrics since 2002. 
Maj. Angeles graduated from University of Washington in 2009 with her Master of Science in Nursing, Webster University in 2007 with a Master of Arts, and University of Texas at Arlington with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1998. 
Maj. Angeles is currently a Doctoral Candidate at University of South Florida's College of Nursing where she is a dermatology resident with projected graduation date of August 2015. Maj. Angeles is involved with American Association of Nurse Practitioners, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, and Florida Nurse Practitioner Network. She is a frequent guest lecturer for the University of South Florida, College of Nursing’s Family Nurse Practitioner, Adult Nurse Practitioner, and Pediatric Nurse Practitioner programs. 

National Society for Medical Aesthetic Practitioners Board Members

Dr. Debra Shelby, PhD, DNP

Dr. Paul Rose, MD

Jenny Molloy, ARNP


​National Society of Wound Care Practitioners Board Members

Jarrod Kaufman, MD

​Cathy Milne, ARNP

Professor Steven Ersser

International Affiliate Director: United Kingdom/Europe

Steven Ersser is Professor of Nursing & Dermatology Care and Dean of the Faculty of Health & Social Care and the University of Hull. He qualified as a graduate in nursing in 1984 from Guy’s Hospital London, going on to work in the Oxford Nursing Development Unit and the National Institute for Nursing in Oxford, and as Senior Nurse in Dermatology Care and Clinical Lecturer. He held a Readership in Nursing at Oxford Brookes University in the Oxford Centre for Health Care Research & Development.  He completed his PhD in Nursing Studies at King’s College London in 1996.  
In 2000 he became Head of Nursing Development in the School of Nursing /Faculty of Medicine, Health & Life Sciences, at the University of Southampton, going on to become Reader in Nursing. During this time he worked part-time clinically as a specialist nurse in dermatology, engaged in supporting patients with chronic skin conditions. He contributed to the leadership of the Long-term conditions Research Group. In 2007 he took he became Professor of Nursing Development and Skin Care Research in the School of Health & Social Care at Bournemouth University and became founding Director of the Centre for Wellbeing & Quality of Life.   
 Professor Ersser’s research has focused on understanding and developing self-management and promoting wellbeing and support for those living with long-term skin conditions. He has published extensively, particularly on patient –centred dermatological care and nursing development.   His latest book is Principles of Skin Care, written with Rebecca Penzer.  
 He has been inaugural President of the International Skin Care Nursing Advisory Board from 1999-2010, developing scientific educational opportunities for nurses worldwide and building relationships between international dermatology and nursing organisations.  


About NADNP and ACDNP

The National Academy of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners (NADNP) was created in 2011 by Dr. Shelby who organized a group of advanced practice nurse practitioners to join together to address unmet needs in the areas of nurse practitioner education, research, networking and professional support in providing dermatology care for the general population. ​

The American College of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners (ACDNP) was created in 2014 as a not-for profit organization that focuses on charity and funding for needs identified in the clinical, educational, and community settings. This organization also recognizes outstanding nurse practitioners who contribute to the field of dermatology. 


NADNP Specialized Practice Societies

NADNP recognizes the multiple dimensions of dermatologic care of the patient. The National Society of Medical Aesthetic Practitioners and the National Society of Wound Care Practitioners were created in 2017 as a result of identified needs and deficits in education and certification by peers and colleagues practicing in the art of medical aesthetics and wound care. It serves as a collaboration between all disciplines and includes Physicians, NPs, PAs, Registered Nurses and Aestheticians to offer comprehensive education and training. 

Jenny Molloy, MS, ANP-BC

Affiliate Director Cosmetic Dermatology

Jenny Molloy is a Board Certified Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner, ARNP-BC, and is a National Trainer for Medicis Aesthetics. In addition to serving as clinical consultant to Physicians, NPs, and PAs in performing minimally invasive cosmetic procedures with FDA approved Dysport, Perlane, and Restylane. Jenny is the owner and operator of 3 Wishes Aesthetics and has been practicing in the field of facial artistry and aesthetics for over eight years                                                                                                    
 Jenny graduated with top honors from University of South Florida's Nationally Ranked College of Nursing where she received the Clinical Excellence Award and was inducted into the Delta Beta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau, the National Nursing Honor Society. Jenny was a 2007 finalist for the Tampa Bay Business Journal's Health Care Hero's Award, is listed in the TBBJ's 2008 Book of Lists, Manchester Who's Who among business and professional women, and is a member of the National Academy of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners and the American Academy of Medical Esthetic Professionals. 

2018 NADNP/ACDNP National Conference Planning Committee

Chair: Dr. Debra Shelby. PhD, DNP

Dr. Raymond Shulstad, DNP

Dr. Allison Lowie, DNP

Dr. Deborah Angeles, DNP

Dr. Darrel Arthurs, DNP

Jenny Molloy, ARNP

Dr. Jonathan Zager, MD

Dr. Paul Rose, MD

Dr. Jarrod Kaufman, MD

Dr. Ricardo Gonzalez, MD

Debra Shelby, PhD, DNP, FNP-BC, DNC, FACDNP, FAANP

President and Founder

Dr. Shelby is a Fellow of the American College of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners (FACDNP) and a Fellow of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (FAANP).


Dr. Shelby has been practicing dermatology since she graduated as a Family Nurse Practitioner in January 2000. In 2006, she was accepted into the DNP doctoral program at the University of South Florida (USF). As her doctoral project, she developed the nation’s first Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) Dermatology Program and became the first resident ever to complete the program in 2008. She successfully defended her American Cancer Society grant award winning research titled: Knowledge, Attitudes and

Practice of NPs Regarding Skin Cancer Assessments in  February 2014. She has focused her academic and clinical experiences toward the treatment of skin cancers. 
Dr. Shelby is the owner/Chief Operating Officer of Florida Specialty Medical Services LLC Dermatology Division. Her company employs nurse practitioners to care for geriatic patients in extended living facilities. Past clinical experience includes being a Perioperative Clinical Specialist at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center where she was educated by the leaders in melanoma research and treatment and over 15 years of  general and surgical dermatology practice in an office setting. For over 10 years, she has served as an expert consultant for the medical  and legal communities. She has been accepted into Western Michigan law school. 
Dr. Shelby served as the Affiliate Director of the DNP Dermatology Program at USF from 2007-2015. She is a guest speaker on dermatology related issues and is a dermatology clinical preceptor for doctoral and masters nurse practitioner students. Throughout her career she has presented nationally, developed nursing educational programs and conferences, published and continues her interest in research.
In September of 2012, Dr. Shelby was asked by the Prime Ministry of Health in Singapore to visit dermatology nurses at the National Skin Centre to lecture on advanced practice and education in dermatology. She has made a priority goal of NADNP to connect with our international colleagues and serve as a resource and mentor. In 2015, Dr. Shelby became one of the first Fellow of the American College of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners (FACDNP) along with the other founding founders of NADNP.

Darrel Arthurs, DNP, MSN, FNP-BC, DCNP 
Director 


Darrel has over ten years experience in the field of dermatology. While serving in the United States Navy he received his graduate degree from the University of Rhode Island and was then transferred to California where his interest in dermatology began. In 2003 he developed and managed a very successful teledermatology program working closely with the chair of dermatology at Balboa Naval Hospital in San Diego. After retiring from the Navy he spent an additional six  years working as a full time medical dermatology nurse practitioner. 
Currently employed at the University of Oklahoma, in the dermatology clinic, he frequently mentors NP students and performs CME lectures for Nurse Practitioners and Clinical Nurse specialists in the local area.  Darrel’s next endeavors include completing his DNP, from the University of Oklahoma, as well as managing and developing a private clinic in Muskogee, Oklahoma.

Tina M. Mason, MSN, ARNP, AOCN®, AOCNS®

Affiliate Director Oncology

Tina has over 20 years’ experience in the field of oncology. She has worked the past 14 as an Oncology Clinical Specialist at the Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, Florida. She earned her master’s degree from Yale University in the Oncology Clinical Nurse Specialist program and a post-master’s certificate as an Oncology Nurse Practitioner from the University of South Florida, Tampa.
In 2009 Tina was one recipient of the FNA Great 100 Nurses Awards. Tina is a member of the Oncology Nurses Society, Florida Nurses Association, Sigma Theta Tau, and the National Association of Clinical Nurses Specialists serving in various capacities. She has presented nationally on a variety of oncology-related topics and has 11 years’ experience in regional conference planning for the Moffitt Cancer Center: Current Perspectives in Oncology Nursing. Tina’s interest also includes evidence-based nursing practice, hematology, and surgical oncology.
 


Allison M. Lowie  DNP, FNP-BC, FACDNP

Director

Dr. Lowie is a Fellow of the American College of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners (FACDNP).


Allison graduated from the University of Florida with a master’s degree in nursing and became a family nurse practitioner in 2008. Her past experience includes internal medicine and cosmetic dermatology. She is also interested in increasing access to health care and has participated in multiple medical mission trips.
Allison is recent graduate from the University of South Florida’s Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) Dermatology Residency Program. In addition to being the treasurer, she serves as a chair of the NADNP Membership Committee, so please contact her through our web site for any membership inquiries. In 2016, Dr. Lowie became a Fellow of the American College of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners (FACDNP).
In September of 2012, Dr. Shelby was asked by the Prime Ministry of Health in Singapore to visit dermatology nurses at the National Skin Centre to lecture on advanced practice and education in dermatology. She has made a priority goal of NADNP to connect with our international colleagues and serve as a resource and mentor. In 2015, Dr. Shelby became one of the first Fellow of the American College of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners (FACDNP) along with the other founding founders of NADNP.