Anne Marie Leveille-Tulce

Assistant Professor, Nursing


101 West 31st Street, WS-06
New York, New York 10001

Phone: (212) 652-2101

Fax: (646) 344-7269

Dr. Anne Marie Leveille-Tulce is an assistant professor at the CUNY School of Professional Studies and an adjunct assistant professor at Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing. She has been a nurse for 35 years and has worked in different nursing capacities in New York and Haiti.

In addition to her practice, Dr. Leveille-Tulce has been involved in research related to childhood vaginitis in Haiti, as well as the effects of the 2010 earthquake on Haitians living in the diaspora. She published two peer-reviewed papers related to childhood vaginitis and the Power as Knowing Participation in Change theory, translated the Power as Knowing Participation in Change VII into Haitian Creole, and also conducts presentations nationally.

Dr. Leveille-Tulce’s international experience includes providing leadership for the CUNY Chancellor initiative in Haiti, offering faculty development and nursing student workshops, co-developing and launching a community health project, and partaking in research in Haiti, France, England, and Montreal. She also has an outstanding record in community and professional involvement. As part of her efforts, she reviews abstract and policies for the American Public Health Nursing Section and is included on a list of reviewers for the American Journal of Nursing.

Dr. Leveille-Tulce earned a diploma and license in Nursing from École Nationale des Infirmières de Port au Prince, Haiti, a BS in Nursing from Pace University, a dual Master’s degree in Nursing and Public Health from Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing, and a PhD in Nursing from the CUNY Graduate Center. She is the recipient of several academic grants and community and professional awards, including the 2018 Mu Upsilon Chapter Mary Mastandrea Humanitarian Award and the 2017 Caribbean Life Healthcare Award, and the co-recipient of the 2015 Roy Adaptation Association Outstanding Paper Award for a co-authored oral presentation.


  • PhD, Nursing, CUNY Graduate Center
  • MS, Nursing, Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing
  • MS, Public Health, Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing
  • BS, Nursing, Pace University

Recent News

Towards an Antiracism Framework for Human NonHuman Environment Wellbecoming

March 21, 2022

2022 Virtual Nursing Theory Conference

Dr. Anne Marie Leveille-Tulce, assistant professor of nursing at CUNY SPS, presented her scholarly work at the 2022 Virtual Nursing Theory conference held March 17 – 21, 2022. Her presentation, "Towards an Antiracism Framework for Human NonHuman Environment Wellbecoming," was based on the theories from Rogers’ Science of Unitary Human Beings (SUHB). The foundational concepts serve as nursing tools to address important social justice mandates, advocate and act for equity, and uproot systems of oppression and racism.