Eve Wittlin-young

Contributing Faculty
College of Nursing
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Ms. Wittlin-Young has been working in the health field for over 18 years. Prior to nursing she was an admissions coordinator for a health facility. She became a Registered Nurse in May 2007 and began her nursing career as a neonatal intensive care nurse. She worked seven years as a neonatal intensive care nurse before she earned her MSN from the University of Central Florida and became a Family Nurse Practitioner in 2013. Ms. Wittlin-Young maintains her APRN license with the Florida Board of Nursing (APRN9263004), Minnesota Board of Nursing, and holds an RN license with Alabama BON. She has been a practicing Family Nurse Practitioner for over 9 years. She is currently practicing at a walk in clinic that treats patients 18 months and older. She has been designated as the lead NP in her current workplace, superuser and is the student coordinator for her region. Ms. Wittlin-Young is also DOT certified (2593872310) and completes DOT physicals. She began working for Walden University in 2015 to teach as a clinical adjunct for the nurse practitioner program. Eve has also taught with the University of Central Florida as a clinical adjunct faculty member as well as lab faculty for the advanced health assessment lab.

Courses Taught

NUR 6531 - Practice care of Adults

NUNP 6531 - Practice care of Adults

NUR 6541 - Primary Care Adolescent and Child


MSN, University of Central Florida

BSN, University of Central Florida

AS, Daytona State College

Awards / Honors

Outstanding Associate Degree Nurse Award, , 2007