Corning Rotary Welcomes New Member

CORNING, NY—The Rotary Club of Corning recently welcomed its newest member, Jenniffer Mullen.

Jenniffer was sponsored for membership by the Club’s current vice president, Stuart Sammis. She works as a nursing instructor at Keuka College and as a nurse at Hospicare & Palliative Care Services of Tompkins County. Jenniffer has held a passion for providing care to end-of-life patients since the 4th grade and teaches end-of-life care at Keuka College and in the local community.

Jenniffer has been a Registered Nurse for approximately 15 years. She earned her PhD in November 2018 and is certified in hospice as well as nursing education. She serves on the Corning Town Board, is acting Treasurer for the Nursing Honor Society, and is the Treasurer for the Town of Corning Community Gardens.  Jenniffer has been a volunteer firefighter and EMT since 2008 and serves as Vice President for the North Corning Fire Department. She also advises the Keuka College Nursing Club.

“Thank you for allowing me to be part of this amazing organization,” Jenniffer says. “I am excited to be a new member of Corning Rotary and look forward to getting to know everyone.”

Jenniffer is mother to three adult children, and cares for her 99-year-old grandmother, who lives independently in Horseheads.

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