Master of Science in Nursing Administration, California State University, Dominquez Hills 2012
Bachelor of Science Nursing Degree, University of Phoenix, 2010
Los Angeles School of Nursing and Allied Health, Associate Degree in Nursing, 1985
Teaching at FPU gives me the opportunity to combine my nursing educator career and my faith to prepare students for faith-integrated nursing will definitely be a highlight in my career. I feel fortunate in having the opportunity to be a part of a school that integrates faith in student centered learning and is committed to the ideals of God's Kingdom.
I was born and raised in Fresno California, but I have spent many years in Southern California, while pursing my nursing education and career - including twenty eight years of clinical nursing experience and ten years of academic teaching experience.
My husband Doug and I have two children, Sam age 24 and Hope age 30. Both are college graduates working in the business world.
Even though it is challenging to be a nurse and educator it has been a blessing to have a place like FPU and to have the students that we have here. To be able to have them listen to God's word and listen to that small voice: "Don't forget the patient, God's creation".
When I am not teaching and educating new nurses, I spend time with my family usually traveling to one of our many national parks. We love to spend time outside; hiking, skiing and seeing new places. I also have a great love of reading and exercise, such as yoga and aerobics.
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