"Education is a lifelong fundamental right and should be accessible by all seeking to enhance their knowledge base. Everyone learns differently, and reasonable accommodations should facilitate their academic endeavor. Learners come from varied disciplines and cultures. Recognition of these differences brings forth a rich tapestry of experiences to the academic setting. 

Characteristics of nursing education should have theoretical framework foundations and mirror similarities that are utilized by clinical nurses who provide care for our global communities. Professionalism and compassion should be transferred from concepts of care to the class setting, incorporating humanity to ensure successful outcomes."


Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) – Abilene Christian University
Master of Science in Nursing Education (MSN-Ed.) – Grand Canyon University
Bachelor of Science Degree (BSN) – Grand Canyon University
Associates in Applied Science in Nursing (AAS) – Gloucester County College
Associates in General Studies (AGS) – Community College of Philadelphia
Practical Nursing Diploma (LPN) – Presbyterian University of Pennsylvania– Medical Center-School of Practical Nursing
* Currently completing course work towards a Doctor of Philosophy in Science (Ph.D.) in Nursing Education at Barry University.

Clinical Experience

Emergency Nursing, Managed Care, Nursing Education, Critical Care, Psychiatry, Telemetry, Medical-Surgical, Public Health, Nursing Supervision, Correctional Nursing, Geriatrics, and Home Care

Professional Memberships

• American Nurses Association
• National League for Nursing
• Sigma Theta Tau – National Honor Society of Nursing
• Transcultural Nursing Society
• Association of Black Nursing Faculty