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Virginia College - Montgomery

Jun 2015Present

Adjunct Instructor

Currently Employed

The instructor plans and implements curriculum, and educational programs for students within that particular program. Build a rapport with students to enhance the learning experience. The adjunct instructor facilitates a welcoming and educational environment. Motivating students to complete and achieve education goals. 

Noland Hospital

Jan 2015Jun 2015

Registered Nurse

Intensive care unit nurse or critical care nurses are registered nurses who specialize in providing care in intensive care units of hospitals. Intensive care nurses are always in demand. As health care becomes more advanced, the percentage of critically ill patients requiring expert care continues to rise. There is a great need for qualified intensive care unit nurses.

Critical care nurses provide care in general ICU's as well as within specialized units. Intensive care nurses sometimes provide care to people of all ages , however most provide care to either adults or children.

Baptist South

Jan 2014Dec 2014

Staff Registered Nurse

 Medical/Surgical nurses work with adult patients of all ages with many types of problems. In this specialty, your skill set must remain extremely diverse yet sharp in all realms of nursing. Although entry level nurses had traditionally looked at med-surg nursing as a first step to more specialized areas of nursing, the field has evolved into its own specialty. Med surg nurses must provide care for patients before and after medical procedures and manage a broad and complex range of needs in a number of healthcare settings and often maintain a higher patient caseload than other nurses.


South Univeristy

Jan 2014Jul 2017

Master's in Nursing- Nurse Education (currently enrolled)

Nurse educators are prepared at the master's or doctoral level and practice as faculty in colleges, universities, hospital-based schools of nursing or technical schools, or as staff development educators in health care facilities. They work with recent high school graduates studying nursing for the first time, nurses pursuing advanced degrees and practicing nurses interested in expanding their knowledge and skills related to care of individuals, families and communities.

At a minimum, nurse educators who work in academic settings must hold a master's degree. In order to be promoted to the upper academic ranks (e.g., associate professor and professor) and to be granted tenure, academic faculty typically must hold an earned doctoral degree. Nurse educators who work in clinical settings must hold the minimum of a baccalaureate degree in nursing, but more and more institutions are requiring the master's degree for such appointments.

Many master's degree and post-graduate certificate programs are available to prepare nurses specifically for the educator role. These programs, which are sometimes offered online, focus on the skills needed to prepare advanced practice nurses to teach, including instruction on the learning process, curriculum development, student counseling, program evaluation, and the principles of adult education.

South University- Montgomery

Nov 2013Sep 2014

Bachelor of Science - Nursing Magna Cum Laude

In addition to the liberal learning and global perspective gained from a four-year baccalaureate education, the BSN curriculum includes clinical, scientific, decision-making, and humanistic skills, including preparation in community health, patient education, and nursing management and leadership. Such skills are essential for today's professional nurse who must make quick, sometimes life-and-death decisions; design and manage a comprehensive plan of nursing care; understand a patient's treatment, symptoms, and danger signs; supervise other nursing personnel and support staff; master advanced technology; guide patients through the maze of health care resources in a community; and educate patients on health care options and how to adopt healthy lifestyles.

In these differentiated practice models, BSN nurses not only provide more complex aspects of daily care and patient education, but also design and coordinate a comprehensive plan of nursing care for the entire length of a patient's stay - from pre-admission to post-discharge - including supervising nurses aides and other unlicensed assistive personnel, designing discharge and teaching plans for patients, and collaborating with patients, physicians, family members, and other hospital departments and resource personnel.

Virginia College- Montgomery

Apr 2011Apr 2013

Associate Degree in Nursing

An academic degree awarded on satisfactory completion of a 2-year course of study, usually at a community or junior college. The recipient is eligible to take the national licensing examination to become a registered nurse.