Angle Boyce, MSN, FNP-BC
Angel is much more than a nurse–she’s also a scientist, a corporate consultant, an educator and a business owner. Her lifelong commitment to education has given her the tools to provide expertise in a variety of situations; making her as comfortable helping a major corporation tackle its health issues and challenges as she is delivering individualized care to a student population as a school nurse. A lifelong resident of the State of Delaware, Angel received her BA in Biology from the University of Delaware in Newark in 1992 and parlayed her degree into a career as a scientist. When she discovered her true passion was for helping people, she returned to the University to earn her BS in Nursing, with a minor in Psychology, in 1992. Later, she earned a Masters of Nursing Leadership and a Post Masters Certificate as a Family Nurse Practitioner from Wilmington University in 2008. Today, she continues to learn everything she can about the nursing profession by pursuing her doctorate. Angel launched her nursing career as a consultant, and later became the Occupational Health Nurse at Proctor and Gamble. During her five years with the corporation, she helped to provide direct care to over 350 employees and their families, designed workplace educational sessions about vital health topics, such as stress, nutrition and ergonomics, and made sure the company’s emergency response teams were up-to-date in their training and education. The birth of her daughter, Ally, led Angel to refocus her energy on how to best grow her career as a working mother. She returned to consulting when her daughter was young, and when Ally started school, she became a school nurse in order to optimize her schedule. She has also spent over 10 years in occupational nursing, community nursing and hospital nursing, as well as a CPR and First Aid instructor, and teaches college nursing classes. Angel is a Registered Nurse in the States of Delaware and holds a multitude of professional certifications in occupational health, school nursing and family practice. She has held leadership roles in nursing professional organizations by serving as Past President of the Delaware Association of Occupational Health Nurses and currently as Treasurer for the Delaware Association of School Nurses. Angel has received numerous honors and awards including the 2005 NEAOHN Leadership Award, the 2011 FMC BioPolymer Grant and the Healthy Schools Program Bronze Award from the Alliance for A Healthier Generation for her school. She is a passionate advocate for health and strives to add value to the world by helping to improve the health—and lives—of the people around her.