Donna Miles Curry, RN, PhD, PCNS-BC, is a nurse educator who created both the undergraduate and graduate family nursing courses for the College of Nursing & Health at Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, USA. At the 10th International Family Nursing Conference in 2011 in Kyoto, Japan, she was an invited presenter on the topic of development of family nursing in undergraduate curriculum. At the 12th International Family Nursing Conference in 2015 in Odense, Denmark, Dr. Curry presented a paper on international student experiences with family nursing and the work of the family nursing team at Wright State on use of the IFNA Position Statement on Pre-Licensure Family Nursing Education to evaluate an undergraduate nursing program. Dr. Curry is currently leading an IFNA Education Committee subcommittee to draft the IFNA Position Statement on Graduate Family Nursing Education which is currently being developed. She served as member of the IFNA Coordinating Committee who helped to create and charter the IFNA organization. She also served IFNA in the elected role of Treasurer for two terms from 2009-2015. For more information contact IFNA member, Donna Curry.