Meet Donna Kincheloe, the Inspiring Author of the Popular Book,

I Never Walk the Halls Alone

In many ways Donna Kincheloe is a professional student! 
She received her nursing diploma in 1978 from Sharon General Hospital School of Nursing. She received her BSN from the University of Southern Indiana and is currently working on a master’s degree in Nursing Education.

Donna is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) and has obtained a certificate in Critical Incident Stress Management.

She has participated in debriefing sessions and has worked with the Evansville Emergency Management Agency (EMA). She has met the training requirements to participate as a member of a Community Emergency Rescue Team (CERT) in the event of a disaster. A member of American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN), Donna has worked in a variety of specialty units and hospitals throughout her 29 years of nursing. She has been actively involved in providing in-services and training to student nurses.

Donna is currently a nurse educator at a community college in the Mid-West. Her duties have included advising, lecturing, and teaching students at the clinical sites.

Donna has been the inspirational speaker for Mary Kay meetings in the Tri-State area. She has also been an active member of Christian retreat teams for women and teens. She has taught Bible studies and for several years taught the middle-school Sunday school class utilizing her own curriculum and games. Donna has played guitar and sang with some of her closest friends. She enjoys reading, writing, cooking, knitting, sewing, and bird-watching.

Donna Kincheloe is married to her best friend, Allen who supports her in every way. She is blessed to be the mother of a very talented young man, Will. Levi, a very active American Brittany spaniel, completes this family.