Kathy Flynn

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

Kathryn Flynn received her Doctoral of Nursing Practice (DNP) at Walden University in August of 2017. Her BSN degree is from Thomas Jefferson University. She is ANCC board certified in Advanced Public Health Nursing (PHNA-BC). Dr. Flynn began as a part-time Nursing faculty member at Walden in 2017. She has taught undergraduate and post-license nursing and Nutrition. Professionally, Dr. Flynn has worked as a Public Health nurse in Alaska, a pediatric nurse at several major children’s hospitals, and as a school nurse and occupational health and safety nurse. She has worked as subject matter expert for curriculum redesign since 2016 at Grand Canyon University MSN- Public Health Nursing program. In addition, she was an appointed member of the American College Health Association (ACHA) Data Warehouse Team from 2016-current. Her research and presentations include an occupational health diabetes study and a community health improvement plan (CHIP) design for college health with a focus on Healthy Campus 2020 determinants of physical activity and fitness, as well as nutrition and weight status in the college age population.

Courses Taught

6050 13 - Policy and Advocacy for Population Health

NURS 6710 - Nursing Theory and Practice

NURS 6720 - Population Public Health Nursing Interventions

PA 001 - Agenda Setting

PA 002 - Legislation

PA 003 - Regulation

PA 004 - Design and Implementation

PA 005 - Program/ Policy Evaluations

PA 006 - Global Health Issues


DNP, Walden University

Post-master's Certificate, Drexel University

BSN, Thomas Jefferson University

ANCC Board Certified in Advanced Public Health Nurse (PHNA-BC), American Nurses Credentialing Center

Public Service

Atlantic County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), Member - Atlantic County