Dr. Kramlich is a graduate of Saint Joseph’s College of Maine with both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in nursing, and she is a graduate of Duquesne University in Pittsburgh with a doctorate in philosophy in Nursing. She has over 35 years of nursing experience and is certified in the specialties of adult and pediatric critical care and nursing education. Additionally, she has five years of school nursing experience. Dr. Kramlich is an assistant professor of nursing at the University of New England where she teaches evidence-based practice and transition to practice and serves as coordinator for the Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) program. She is also a child care health consultant in private practice. She is immediate past-president and current leadership succession chair for the Kappa Zeta-at-Large Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing as well as a past-president and current at-large board member for the Southern Maine Chapter of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses. Dr. Kramlich has published and presented nationally and internationally on a number of diverse topics such as family presence during resuscitation, pediatric fall risk and pain assessments, bioethical standards guiding civility in health care and education, complementary and alternative therapies in acute and critical care, identification of academically at-risk nursing students, and substance use disorders in rural pregnant and parenting women.