logo logo

Diann Elizabeth Rollins

Diann Elizabeth Rollins was American occupational health nurse, primary school educator, activist and advocator. Registered Nurse Pennsylvania, New Jersey; certified religious science practitioner United Church Religious Science, 2003. Recipient Stella M. Mummert maternal/child care award, Methodist Hospital, 1964.


  • Rollins, Diann Elizabeth was born on December 13, 1943 in Newark. Daughter of Lewis Paul and Letitia Lavinia Rollins.

  • Education

    • Registered Nurse, Methodist Hospital School Nursing, Philadelphia, 1964. Postgraduate, Howard University, 1966. Postgraduate, Milton College, 1969—1972.

      Postgraduate, West Chester State College, 1972—1979. Certified building maintenance, John F. Kennedy Vocational Technology, 1992. Bachelor of science in nursing, Thomas Jefferson University, 2000.


    • Nurse Methodist Hospital, Philadelphia, 1964—1966, 1967—1969, Mercy Hospital, Janesville, Wisconsin, 1969—1972, Chester County Hospital, West Chester, Pennsylvania, 1972—1974, Cheyney University, 1974—1975, Embreeville State Hospital, coatesville, 1976—1978. Agency nurse Norristown, Philadelphia, 1978—1986, Medox, Olsten, Kimberly, Philadelphia, 1985-1986. Registered Nurse supervisor New Ralston House, 1986-1987, 88-89.

      Agency nurse Kimberly, Quality Care, Olsten, Medox, others, 1987-1989. Information and referral specialist National Mental Health Consumer Self Help Clearing House, 1992-1993. Intern ACT National Organization of Women Southeastern Mental Health Program, 1993-1994.

      Nursery school teacher Bambino Gesu Child Development Center, 1994-1999. Primary instructor nursing assistants American Red Cross, 2000—2001, Clinical Pathways Educators Insurance, 2001—2002. Supplemental staff nurse Breslin Learning Center, 2002—2005, Licensed Practical Nurse instructor, 2003—2005.

      Staff nurse Bayada Nurses, 2002—2006. Postal nurse (occupational health nurse) United States Post Office, 2003—2007. Speaker in field.

    Major achievements

    • Registered Nurse Pennsylvania, New Jersey. Certified religious science practitioner United Church Religious Science, 2003.


    Volunteer instructor program Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, 1973-1974. Volunteer multimedia first aide instructor American Red Cross, Wilmington, Delaware, 1975-1983. Volunteer plan II nurse blood mobiles American Red Cross, Southeast Pennsylvania, 1982-1985, 2009.

    Member Alumnae Methodist Hospital School Nursing, Four Chaplains Legion of Honor.



    Reading, writing, walking, singing.


    • father: Lewis Paul
    • mother: Letitia Lavinia Rollins
    See on larger map
    Born December 13, 1943
    (age 73)