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Angela Joyce Mastracchio Kelly-Shelby

Angela Joyce Mastracchio Kelly-Shelby, American nurse, medical facility administrator, nursing educator, consultant. Registered Nurse, Connecticut, Hawaii, Alabama, Florida, Louisiana; certified advanced administrator for nursing. Recipient community commendation award, Frankfurt; named Nurse of Day Oklahoma State Legislature, 1974.

Background

  • Kelly-Shelby, Angela Joyce Mastracchio was born on August 12, 1944 in Waterbury, Connecticut, United States. Daughter of Louis Charles and Angeline Olga (Codianni) Mastracchio.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University Connecticut, 1966. Master of Education, University Southern California, 1977. Master of Science in Nursing Service Administration, University Hawaii, 1984.

    Career

    • Assistant head nurse Hillandale Hospital, Killeen, Texas, 1966-1967. Public health nurse Waterbury Visiting Nurse Association, 1967-1968. Clinical researcher West Haven (Connecticut) VA group dynamics, 1968-1969.

      Instructor psychiatric nursing School of Nursing John's Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1969-1970. Nurse epidemiologist, supervisor emergency room, primary care United States Public Health Service Indian Hospital, Lawton, Oklahoma, 1971-1972. Senior instructor, supervisor medical, surgical, psychiatric services Cameron University, 1972-1973.

      Director nursing education, nurse epidemiologists Southwestern Clinic Hospital, 1973-1974. Chief nursing education and training 121st Evac. Hospital, Seoul, Korea, 1974-1975.

      School nurse and medical coordinator for handicapped children Frankfurt Elementary School # 2, Federal Republic Germany, 1975-1978. Director staff development Fauquier Hospital, Warrenton, Virginia, 1979-1980. Instructor nursing Veterans Administration Medical Center, Leavenworth, Kansas, 1980-1981.

      Clinical specialist, director critical care Castle Medical Center, Kailua, Hawaii, 1981-1984, clinical specialist, manager Intensive Care Unit/Cardiac Care Unit, emergency room and acute care units, 1983-1984. Director patient care services and medical surgical nursing Sierra Medical Center division National Medical Enterprises, El Paso, Texas, 1984-1986. Instructor nursing education Queen's Medical Center, Honolulu, 1986, director surgical division nursing administration, 1986-1990, clinical nurse specialist/director development Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome programming/care, 1990-1994.

      Branch manager healthcare division CAREMARK, Pensacola, Florida, since 1994. Senior associate Puetz & Associates, since 1994. Assistant clinical professor College of Nursing University South Alabama, Mobile, since 1995.

      American Red Cross coordinator Darnell Army Hospital, Fort Hood, Texas, 1966-1967. Clinical research specialist, instructor shock and trauma, University Maryland, Baltimore, 1967. Educational advisor Parents of the Hearing Impaired, 1975-1978, Medical Explorers' Group 97th General Hospital, Frankfurt, 1975-1978, Medical Explorers' Group, Virginia, 1979-1980, regional emergency technicians, Warrenton (Virginia) Vocational Technology School of Nursing, 1979-1980.

      Board advisors Germanna Community College School Nursing, Shenandoah College School of Nursing, 1979-1980. Chairman nursing management seminar Nursing Service Administration, University Hawaii, 1983. Faculty member, advisor, program planner and speaker Cansurmount and I Can Cope seminars American Cancer Society, El Paso, 1984-1986.

      Publication teaching tapes American Organization RNs National Congress, 1986. Chairman Community Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Task Force. Chair Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Community Care Team.

      Member Department Health Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Advisory Team, Governor's Committee on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. Faculty member Hawaii Loa School Nursing, HRSA Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Education Center, Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Education Training Center.

    Major achievements

    • Registered Nurse, Connecticut, Hawaii, Alabama, Florida, Louisiana. Certified advanced administrator for nursing.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Co-chairman Frankfurt Special Olympics, 1978. President elect Pensacola Area Continuing Education Resource Services. Member American Nurses Association, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, NNSDO, ACAPN, ONS, INS, ANAC, FPIC, American Organization of Nurse Executives, Florida Nursing Association, National League Nursing, Hawaii League Nursing (seminar co-chairman, advisor 1984), American Heart Association, Hawaii Heart Association (Nurse education subcommittee, products chairman 1983, speaker 1983), Clinical Nurse Specialists Interest Group, Emergency Room Managers Oahu (secretary), Nursing Leaders of Pacific, Insvc.

    Interest Group Hawaii, International School Nurses Association (co-founder), Oncology Conference for nurses (adivsor, co-chairman 1986), American Hospital Association, Pensacola Area Continuing Education Resource Specialists (past president), Elua Allia Lodge, Sigma Theta Tau.

    Connections

    • Married Kenneth Francis Kelly, June 18, 1966 (deceased August 1993). Children: Brendan David, Glenn Evan. Married Frank Fisher Shelby, June 24, 1994.
    • father: Louis Charles Mastracchio
    • mother: Angeline Olga (Codianni) Mastracchio
    • spouses: Kenneth Francis Kelly
    • Frank Fisher Shelby
    • children: Brendan David Kelly-Shelby
    • Glenn Evan Kelly-Shelby
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    Born August 12, 1944
    (age 73)
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