Rhondine King

Rhondine (Ronnie) is currently pursuing her Post Masters DNP degree at Georgetown University. She currently serves as one of Georgetown’s Graduate Government Senator on the Academic Affairs Committee.

She was born and raised on the small island of Jamaica. At the age of 16, she migrated to the United States and landed in Florida where she lived for 16 years. During this time, she pursued her ASN degree at Advent Health University in Orlando Florida, graduating Cum Ladue in December 2010.

Ronnie started her first Registered Nurse job in April 2011 working in Medical Oncology, a discipline she continues to work in. She graduated with her BSN Degree from Advent Health University in 2014 and later pursued her MSN-FNP degree at Simmons University in Boston, graduating in 2017.

For the past 5 years, Ronnie has worked as a NP at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston specializing in Head and Neck Oncology. Ronnie chose to pursue her DNP degree at Georgetown University as their values align with her core beliefs and professional practice.

She is appreciative of Georgetown’s mission to be diverse, inclusive, and innovative in its educational practices. As a woman of color in medicine, these values are important to Ronnie.