Trinity Ingram-Jones, DNP, MSN, APRN, CPNP, PCNS, AFN-BC, SANE-A, SANE-P, DF-AFN
President, Georgia Association of Forensic Nurses
Fatality Review Boards, and she coordinated Bryan County's Board from February 2015 until mid-June 2019. In addition to her clinical practice, Dr. Ingram-Jones is also an adjunct professor in a doctoral and graduate-level nurse practitioner program, and she has worked as an adjunct or full-time professor at colleges and universities across the country since 2004. Dr. Ingram-Jones has developed and managed multiple forensic and sexual assault medical-forensic examiner (SAMFE) clinical programs in the Civilian and Military sectors, and she has developed and taught the pediatric and adult/adolescent SAMFE didactic and clinical training programs across the country for many years. She has extensive experience writing clinical medical-forensic and sexual assault response team (SART) policies and procedures. Dr. Ingram-Jones has been qualified as an expert witness in multiple jurisdictions in multiple states across the country and frequently testifies as such in criminal and civil cases for both the prosecution and defense counsel.
Dr. Ingram-Jones is the President of the Georgia Association of Forensic Nurses, Secretary of the Forensic Nursing Certification Board, serves on the Board of Directors for the Academy of Forensic Nursing, is the President of Serenity Hill, Inc. and is the President of the Victoria Bristow Memorial EMS Scholarship Program. She is also a member of the End Violence Against Women International Caudre of Medical-Forensic Experts, Academy of Forensic Science, and International Association of Forensic Nurses. Dr. Ingram-Jones is the co-author and reviewer of multiple books and other scholarly publications, and she is a frequently invited lecturer at professional conferences and training seminars at the local, state, national, and international levels.
Dr. Trinity Ingram-Jones graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Auburn University, and she earned a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) with an emphasis in executive-level administration, a post-MSN certificate in Advanced Child Health (Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist), and a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) with an emphasis in clinical leadership from the University of South Alabama. She also completed post-doctoral training as a legal nurse consultant through the University of Georgia. Dr. Ingram-Jones is a board-certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Advanced Forensic Nurse, and Pediatric, Adolescent, and Adult Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner. Dr. Ingram-Jones is the owner of Ingram-Jones & Associates and the Executive Director of Serenity Hill, collectively referred to as "The Cottage," a free-standing, community-based, medical-forensic practice in Richmond Hill, where she provides care to children who have suffered various forms of maltreatment, as well as adult sexual assault patients. For many years, served as the medical-forensic representative to the Bryan and Liberty County Child
Amy Gamblin, MSN, RN-BC
President-Elect & Secretary, Georgia Association of Forensic Nurses
Mrs. Amy Gamblin graduated with Honors from Mercy School of Nursing’s Diploma Program in 1995. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) in 2012 and a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) with an emphasis in Nursing Education from Chamberlain College of Nursing in 2014. Mrs. Gamblin is currently enrolled in the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) programs at the University of South Alabama in Mobile. She has more than 24 years of experience as a Registered Nurse, all of which have been spent in the forensic nursing specialty and nursing education. Mrs. Gamblin is Board Certified as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) and a trained Suicide Prevention Provider through the American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA). She is also a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society and the APNA, and she is a charter member of the Georgia Association of Forensic Nurses (GAFN).
In addition to her clinical practice experience, Mrs. Gamblin has worked more than eight years as a nurse educator in Charlotte, North Carolina and Savannah, Georgia. While in her MSN program, her practicum focused on the use of high-fidelity simulation in nursing education and facility training. Simulation prepares students and healthcare
professionals to effectively communicate with patients, families, and colleagues. It also facilitates the development and maintenance of clinical and critical thinking skills in a non-threatening, supportive, and controlled environment. Due to the lack of opportunities available to nurses to develop specialized forensic nursing skills in communities across Georgia, and the nation as a whole, simulation is widely used and highly effective in training forensic nurses, including those who plan to work in the sub-specialty of forensic psychiatric and mental health nursing. Mrs. Gamblin brings a wealth of experience with planning and facilitating this type of training to GAFN.
In addition to her full-time enrollment in the DNP/NP program, Mrs. Gamblin currently volunteers to bring the psychiatric/mental health nursing services to a local victim service agency in Coastal Georgia. She is also highly involved in the Autism awareness campaigns and associated non-profits in her community. Mrs. Gamblin lives with her husband and two sons in the Savannah, Georgia area.
Carolyn Moye-Bigelow, MSN, RN
Treasurer, Georgia Association of Forensic Nurses
Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center's Home-Based Primary Care Program in Savannah, In this role, she manages care for a special, target population of chronically ill Veterans in their homes through the Community-Based Outpatient Clinic.
Previously, Ms. Moye-Bigelow was the Head Nurse of Winn Army Hospital’s Family Practice Clinic at Ft. Stewart, Georgia. She was the first Civilian to ever hold that position. During her time at Winn, Ms. Moye-Bigelow also worked in the Department of Emergency Medicine and was a member of the Forensic Program. During her many years of service with the U.S. Army MEDDAC-Fort Stewart, she received three Achievement Medals for Civilian Service, as well as multiple Civilian Appreciation Medals, Commander’s coins, and letters of appreciation.
Ms. Moye-Bigelow also previously served as Nurse Manager of Pineland Behavioral Health/Developmental Disabilities/Substance Abuse. Based in Statesboro, Georgia, Pineland serves Georgia’s Region 13, an 8-county service area, with 33 locations. While serving in her role at Pineland, she played an instrumental role in the development of the Statesboro Regional Sexual Assault Center. Ms. Moye-Bigelow also played a critical role in the partnership between Savannah’s Union Mission and the three area hospitals in Savannah to develop the J.C. Lewis Family Healthcare Center, which serves the homeless and indigent populations in the Savannah area. She has also served the indigent mental health and substance abuse populations through partnerships with the Savannah-Chatham Housing Authority.
Ms. Carolyn Moye-Bigelow holds an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and a Master of Science in Nursing with an emphasis in Nursing Administration from Armstrong State University in Savannah, Georgia. In 2013, she was inducted as an “Honorable Alumni” at Armstrong State University.
Ms. Moye-Bigelow has more than 25 years of experience as a Registered Nurse (RN), with nearly 20 years of experience working in various areas of forensic nursing, including mental health, at-risk adult and elder abuse, intimate partner violence, and sexual assault. She is a trained and experienced adult/adolescent sexual assault nurse examiner (SANE), and she previously worked in that role for more than 10 years.
Currently, Ms. Moye-Bigelow serves as the Lead RN at the