Stacy E. Garrity, RN, MS, WHNP-BC, SANE

Ms. Garrity is a board certified Women's Health Nurse Practitioner with more than 20 years of clinical experience, and is a certified Adult/Adolescent Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts with a Master's of Science degree in Nursing. As the Director of the National TeleNursing Center, she oversees all clinical operations and development of policies and procedures for the implementation of TeleNursing services. Ms. Garrity has a background in nursing education and prior to joining the TeleNursing Center project earned the rank of Clinical Assistant Professor at the Connell School of Nursing at Boston College where she taught in both the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs for more than 10 years. Ms. Garrity enjoys giving professional talk across the country on the development of the TeleNursing Center and continues to give lectures on sexual violence to college students throughout the greater Boston area.

Contact me: Stacy.Garrity@State.MA.US

Cindy L. Moore, CPNP, SANE
Education and Outreach Coordinator

Ms. Moore joined the NTC team in July 2015. She has been a Pediatric SANE since 2004 and an adult and adolescent SANE since 2007. Ms. Moore has served as the Clinical Coordinator for the Massachusetts Pediatric SANE program for 7 years and has worked at several other institutions in the Boston area working with sexual assault and child abuse patients. She has been actively educating nursing and other various disciplines throughout Massachusetts, nationally, and internationally regarding sexual assault and child abuse. She will be working closely with the NTC Director to continue to support and enhance the training, education, and outreach needs of the NTC.

Contact me: Cynthia.Moore@State.MA.US

Amanda J. Wyma

Ms. Wyma is the Administrator on the National TeleNursing Center project. She came to the National TeleNursing Center from Seattle Pacific University, where she studied Political Science, Communications, and Women’s Studies. Her passion for women’s issues and social justice drew her to the project. She is responsible for managing the office operations of the Center.

Contact me: Amanda.Wyma@State.MA.US

This information is provided by the Violence Prevention and Intervention Services within the Department of Public Health.