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Angelica Millan, DNP, CNS, NP, FAAN, RN
With over 33-years’ experience as a professional nurse, Dr. Millan is currently the Nursing Director for Children’s Medical Services at the County of Los Angeles’ Department of Public Health. This position encompasses California Children’s Services; Child, Health and Disability Prevention; and Health Care Program for Children in Foster Care programs.
In addition to her work in nursing, Dr. Millan also currently teaches for Colorado Christian University Online DNP program, and Los Angeles Community College as a clinical nursing instructor.
Dr. Millan has been awarded the 2016 Woman of the Year Award by the 22nd senate District, Nurse of the Year, 2015 National Association of Hispanic Nurse and inducted into the Fellow American Academy of Nursing in 2012, among many other prestigious honors and awards. She is also a recent recipient of the National Institutes of Health SEPA Grant, NAHN Hispanic Role Models in Health Careers.
Some of Ms. Millan current public service activities consist of President and Board Member, National Association of Hispanic Nurses, Vice President, National Council of Minority Nursing Association, Board Member, Chamberlain University, Committee Member of the National Academy of Medicine, Future of Nursing 2020-2030, Treasurer, National Association of Hispanic Nurses, and Commissioner, Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development, California Healthcare Workforce Policy Commission.
Dr. Millan’s credentials in nursing are LA County School of Nursing, Diploma, BSN and MSN, Cal State University Los Angeles, Nurse Practitioner, Harbor UCLA, and Doctor of Nursing, Western University.