Danielle McCamey

Danielle McCamey




Danielle McCamey has nearly 20 years of nursing experience and over a decade as a board-certified acute care nurse practitioner. Her specialties range from perianesthesia care to palliative and critical care. 

Dr. McCamey founded DNPs of Color, a 501c3 nonprofit national organization that builds community and creates opportunities for nurses of color through networking, mentorship, and advocacy to increase diversity in doctoral studies, clinical practice, and leadership.

In addition, she is the co-creator and chair of the Doctoral Nurses Collaborative, a group that joins DNP- and PhD-prepared nurses throughout her current health care system, providing mentorship, scholarship, and elevation of evidence-based practice. 

Dr. McCamey is a fellow in the American College of Chest Physicians and was recently selected as chair of the Palliative and End of Life Care Network, focused on education, awareness of palliative and end-of-life care in CHEST, and clinical practice.

She earned her bachelor’s in nursing from the University of Virginia and both her master’s in acute care advanced practice and doctor of nursing practice degrees from Georgetown University. Dr. McCamey earned a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Workplace Certificate from the University of South Florida and a Nonprofit Management Executive Certificate from Georgetown University, Center for Public and Nonprofit Leadership. 

Specialties and Expertise
  • Acute/Critical Care
  • Diversity
  • Leadership/Organizational Culture
  • Palliative Care
  • Social Determinants of Health