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New Full-Time Faculty for Fall 2023


KCC alumna – Alicia Marcelin

Alicia Marcelin

Assistant Professor | Nursing

Brooklynite – and KCC alumna – Alicia Marcelin’s journey has come full circle as she transitions from adjunct faculty to a full-time assistant professor in our nursing department teaching the "Fundamentals of Nursing." A dedicated educator and healthcare advocate with an unwavering passion for nursing, she is committed to sharing her expertise with our students.

Beyond her role in the classroom, Alicia has served underprivileged populations as a family nurse practitioner and boasts over a decade of critical care experience. Her academic journey includes an associate degree in nursing from Kingsborough Community College, a bachelor's degree from Drexel University, and a master's degree from Wagner College. She is currently pursuing a doctor of nursing practice at Aspen University.

Her research currently focuses on improving healthcare services for individuals experiencing homelessness and underserved populations. She explores innovative teaching methods, evidence-based practices, and the impact of advanced provider practice in these areas.

Alicia is eager to engage with our diverse student population, nurturing their passion for nursing and contributing to our institution's commitment to academic excellence. Outside of academia, she describes herself as a “fervent enthusiast” of travel, dance, fashion, music, and culinary exploration. She looks forward to connecting with other professionals and students who have similar interests.