Aimee Creelman, MSN, RN
Graduating from nursing school in 1995, Aimee Creelman knew all along that her passion was in Maternal Child Health Nursing. Immediately upon graduating from the Master of Science in Nursing Program in San Francisco, Aimee was hired to develop and run a Breastfeeding Center and become a Lactation Consultant in a busy urban hospital. After five productive and challenging years in this position, Aimee, her husband and daughters moved to the Dominican Republic for a year to volunteer, learn Spanish and have an intercultural experience. Upon return to the U.S., the family decided to settle in Brattleboro, VT. Here, Aimee has worked on the Maternity Unit at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital since 2002. In addition, she has worked as a Lactation Consultant in private practice, and has a breast pump rental business. Aimee’s passion for Maternal Child Health continues to evolve in a global sense, as she began a non-profit with three other Brattleboro Nurses. This non-profit, MANOS (Maternal and Neonatal Outreach Services) provides maternal and neonatal support services to healthcare workers in under-resourced areas. We currently work in Nicaragua. In 2014, Aimee was hired as a Clinical Associate with VTC in Brattleboro. She quickly learned that she loves to work with nursing students and teach. She was hired as a Full Time Assistant Professor beginning in the Fall 2015 and is enjoying the evolution of her career. In her spare time, Aimee enjoys her family time, learning the banjo, swimming in rivers and lakes, skiing and singing with the local Women’s Chorus.