Krista graduated from Lawrence Memorial School of Nursing/Regis College with an Associate’s Degree in Nursing and Bachelor's degree in Nursing from Fitchburg State University. She is certified as a perioperative nurse and CPR Instructor. Her work experience prior to WPI included Operating Room, PACU and Telemetry. She was a Certified Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner from 2009 – 2013. In 2010 she received the ACHA (American College Health Association) New Professional Award. Outside work life, her favorite things to do are traveling, spending time with my family and friends, fishing, antiquing and gardening.
Jillian graduated from UMass Amherst with a major in kinesiology and minor in psychology. After graduating, she attended UMass Medical School, Graduate School of Nursing in their Graduate Entry Pathway Program for her Master’s degree in Nursing. While completing the master’s program, Jillian worked on a medical-surgical floor at UMass Memorial Medical Center, University Campus as a nurse. Her job responsibilities at WPI including clinical work with students regarding acute illness management and overall health promotion. She loves to educate our students about healthy lifestyle choices, while they complete their coursework at WPI. Life outside of work consists of spending time with her dogs, Nora and Oliver.
Dr. Stephanie Carter-Henry graduated from the University of Massachusetts Medical School in 2008. She completed her residency at UMass Medical School.
She is board certified in Family Medicine with Obstetrics. Her clinical interests include college and school health, and women’s health.
She is an Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
He graduated from Merrimack College with a Major in Health Sciences and Minors in Biology and Chemistry. After graduating, he attended Simmons College in Boston, MA in their Direct Entry Nurse Practitioner program. During his time there he became a nurse and worked at Walden Behavioral care taking care of patients and ending up finishing his degree in May 2017. His new job responsibilities will be caring for the WPI students who come in with any illnesses or concerns. Life outside of work consists of fishing and playing club sports.
Clinical Interests: Adolescent medicine
Medical School: Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA, 1986
Residency: UMass Memorial Medical Center - UMass Graduate Medical Education
Board Certification: Family Medicine
Cory Mitchell, MD is a 2014 graduate of Loma Linda University School of Medicine. He was born bleeding blue and made his debut on the big screen at Dodger Stadium at 6 weeks old. Originally from Camarillo, CA, where he was a 4-year three sport letterman in football, basketball and baseball. He was awarded Male Athlete of the Year as a junior and senior. He graduated from Pacific Union College in 2010 with a B.S. in Exercise Science after 2 years of varsity soccer, 1.5 years as the intramural student director and 6 months abroad in Australia learning about cricket, rugby and Aussie rules football.
His interests in sports medicine include behavioral health in the care of athletes, whole person care and technology in medicine. His spirit animal is Winnie the Pooh (backup is the one-eyed minion) and “he will never be a spy”. His least favorite personal sports injury was a torn labrum in the right shoulder (playing catcher/quarterback). He graduated from Loma Linda University Healthcare Education Consortium [breath] Family Medicine in June 2017 where he won the STFM Resident-Teacher award.
Regina is responsible for the administrative and clinical management of operations. She received her BSN from Northeastern University and a MSN and NP from Regis College. Regina is a faculty advisor for SHAC (Student Health Advisory Committee) and the Theta NU Xi multicultural sorority. She is an Advanced Practice Clinical Preceptor for Boston College, MCPHS, and UMass.
She was certified as a Adult & Adolescent Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner through 2015 for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Health.. She was an adjunct Associate Professor at MCPHS.
Regina held the position for Past-Chair of the Advanced Practice Clinicians Section of the ACHA (American College Health Association) and Past-President of the CHAAND (College Health Administrators and Nurse Practitioners Directors group). She is an approver for continuing education for the ACHA.
Regina served on the Government Affairs Committee for the ONL(Organization of Nurse Leaders) for Massachusetts and Rhode Island. In addition, she is a MSAR (Massachusetts System for Advanced Registration) volunteer.
Outside of work, she enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends in various outdoor activities.