Tina Marie Anselmi-Moulaye studied at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in the Science of Nursing and the University Of Maryland School Of Nursing for a Master's degree in Nursing with a Specialty in
Nurse-Midwifery. She was a National Health Service Corps Scholar and served for two years in El Paso, Texas working as a Nurse-Midwife in a clinic on the border between the US and Mexico. She then worked at Greater Baltimore Medical Center as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner – Nurse Midwife in Labor and Delivery, as well as teaching Maternal and Newborn Nursing clinicals for Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. She has experience working as a Registered Nurse in the emergency department in Baltimore, MD for four years and has two and a half years’ experience working at the Baltimore Birth Center. Her career has since taken her and her family to Rwanda for one year, where she worked for the Ministry of Health with the Human Resources for Health project teaching and mentoring midwives to improve maternal and child health outcomes. She then worked in Qatar as a Clinical Educator and opened a greenfield, international hospital in January 2018. She is fluent in French and speaks Spanish and Bambara at a working level. Her work experience includes work as a Chief Executive Officer of a small non-profit organization, Peace Corps Health Volunteer and International Tour Guide.
She has future plans to obtain her DNP in Nursing to become a faculty member at a university MSN or DNP program. She is passionate about educating nurses and midwives and women of all societies on how to better care for themselves and their families.