235 Wellesley Street
Weston, MA 02493
Dr. Angela Kulesza is the current Family Nurse Practitioner Program Director for the Regis College Weston Campus, an AANP Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, and a Certified Nurse Educator. She has been at Regis College since 2010 and while she does teach primarily in the Master of Science in Nursing Program has also taught in the Doctorate of Nursing Practice Program and the Pre-Licensure Nursing Program. She practices clinically as a Family Nurse Practitioner in a multi provider primary care family practice in Massachusetts and loves to read and travel.
Dr. Kulesza has previously been named Distinguished NP of the Year (2019), NP Week NP Hero (2021), and received the Exceptional Preceptor Award (2023) all by the Massachusetts Coalition of Nurse Practitioners. She is also the recipient of the 2018-2019 Regis College Faculty Development Grant, the 2019-2020 Kaneb Grant for "Educating the Nurse Practitioner Preceptor: A Series of Continuing Education Events," and the 2017-2018 Kaneb Grant for "Implementation of a Simulation Skills Fair for Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Students."
Dr. Kulesza has taught Primary Care of the Family, Roles and Issues in Advanced Practice Nursing, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, and Advanced Health Assessment.
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), Regis College
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), Regis College
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), Regis College
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Biology, Merrimack College
Implementation of a Simulation Skills Fair for Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Students, Northeast Regional Nurse Practitioner Conference (Poster Presentation, 2018), Bashaw, C., DelGuidice, N., Harding, S., Kelleher, S., Krikorian, L., Kulesza, A., LaPierre, K., and Sawyer, S.
Faculty Engagement within the Self Study for Re-Accreditation, ACEN Annual Accreditation Conference (Poster Presentation, 2018), DelGuidice, N, Kulesza, A., Litchfield, J., and Martin, C.
Implementation of a Simulation Skills Fair for Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Students, (2018 Northeast Regional Nurse Practitioner Conference Poster Presentation)
Educating Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Students to Effectively Communicate with Patients and Families About End of Life Care, (2018 National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty Annual Conference Poster Presentation)
Faculty Engagement within the Self Study for Re-Accreditation, (2018 ACEN Annual Accreditation Conference Poster Presentation)
Reducing Hospital Re-Admissions in High Risk Latino’s with Type II Diabetes Through an Assessment and Integrated Plan of Care Focusing on Nurse Care Coordination, (2017 Transcultural Nursing Society Annual Conference Poster Presentation)
Patient Engagement and Perceived Care through a Smartphone App 3/9/17; (2017 American Nurses Association Annual Conference: Translating Quality into Practice; Tampa, FL)
The Impact of Team Training on Safety Culture in the OR, (2017 OR Manager Conference Poster Presentation)
A Community Fall Assessment Intervention Program, (2017 American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Expo Poster Presentation)
Perceived Autonomy of Nurse Practitioners: Does Collaboration Make a Difference (2009 Northeast Regional Nurse Practitioner Conference Poster Presentation)
Perceived Autonomy of Nurse Practitioners: Does Collaboration Make a Difference (2009 National Organization of Nurse Practitioners Annual Conference Poster Presentation)