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Cecelia Catherine Stickney, American nurse. Member of National Association of Female Executives, American Public Health Association, American Nurses Association, American Society Public Administration, American Nurses Foundation, Coalition of Institutionalized Aged and Disabled, New York Association Homes Aging, New York Association Homes for the Aging, Nursing Service Council (secretary), Century Club.

Background

Stickney, Cecelia Catherine was born on December 13, 1944 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of Thomas Kenneth and Lottie Theresa (Kociolek) Stickney.

Education

Diploma, Johns Hopkins Hospital School Nursing, 1965. Bachelor of Science, St. Francis College, 1979. Master of Public Administration, New York University, 1982.

Career

Supervisor Cardiac Care Unit, Doctors Hospital, New York City, 1968—1969. Administrative supervisor, director staff education Gracie Square Hospital, 1969—1971. Assistant director nursing Park East Hospital, 1971—1973.

Administrative supervisor, director to staff education Gracie Square Hospital, 1973—1976. Medical surgical supervisor New York Infirmary, New York City, 1976—1977. Assistant director nursing, 1977—1980.

Director nursing Morningside House Nursing Home, Bronx, 1981—1984. Assistant administrator patient care services, since 1984. Member faculty Aging in American, Inc.

Member advisory council graduate nursing studies Herbert H. Lehman College. Consultant grid matrix project New York Department Health Systems Management.

Membership

Member of National Association of Female Executives, American Public Health Association, American Nurses Association, American Society Public Administration, American Nurses Foundation, Coalition of Institutionalized Aged and Disabled, New York Association Homes Aging, New York Association Homes for the Aging, Nursing Service Council (secretary), Century Club.