Maggie Sullivan is a family nurse practitioner with an interest in serving immigrant patients and their families. She received her BA from Barnard College in Comparative Religion and Art History. She later completed her master in nursing at the University of California - San Francisco with a sub-specialty in women's health. Her research interests include the health of undocumented immigrants, day laborers and their sending communities. Publications include "Mental Health of Undocumented Mexican Immigrants: A Review of the Literature" and "Towards la clínica de mis sueños: Findings from a needs and assets assessment among rural nurses in Chiapas, Mexico." In 2009, Ms. Sullivan completed an internship with Partner In Health's (PIH) Institute for Health and Social Justice. Ms Sullivan is now a doctoral candidate in public health at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She continues to work at Boston Health Care for the Homeless and collaborate with PIH on projects in Chiapas. Ms Sullivan is on the Advisory Board for the Global Nursing Caucus and is an Assistant Clinical Professor at University of California - San Francisco's School of Nursing.