Marian B. CharltonRN, SRN, CCTC
Marian Charlton received her degree in SRN degree from the Barking and Havering School of Nursing in London, England. She completed an ENB Certification in Neurosciences and is certified as a Certified Clinical Transplant Coordinator (CCTC) since 1999. Marian began her career in Transplant at New York-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center (NYPWC) in 1988 as a Staff Nurse in the inpatient Transplant Unit. She transitioned to the role of Transplant Coordinator in 1998 and held various roles such as Post Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Coordinator, Liver Transplant Coordinator and Living Donor Transplant Coordinator. Currently, Marian is the Chief Clinical Transplant Coordinator at NYPWC’s Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Program. In this role, she is the Clinical Manager for both the Living Donor and Kidney Paired Donation (KPD) Programs. Marian has been instrumental in the program development, continuous improvement and increasing Living Donation transplants at NYPWC.
In addition, Marian has served as the Director of Operations for The National Kidney Registry (NKR), where she’s developed best practices and policies for KPD and continues to serve on the Board of Directors for the NKR. Marian has been actively involved in the American Society of Transplantation’s (AST) Living Donation Community of Practice (LDCOP), working with the Advocate subgroup to develop best practices for the Donor Advocate role within the Transplant Community. Marian was voted to AST LDCOP in the role of Committee Member-At-Large.