Assistant Director and Professor of Nursing
“I love watching students’ progress as they develop into competent and safe caregivers. Their transition in the final semester is truly amazing.”
Stacey is a certified nurse educator with a doctorate in educational leadership.
Stacey has been a nurse for 24 years, with a background in labor and delivery, medical surgical nursing and hospice. She has enjoyed working with students at CWC since 2003. Stacey has conducted research on predictors of NCLEX-RN pass for students in an ADN program. Special interest areas include concept-based learning, nursing simulation, and team-based learning.
Associate Degree in Nursing, Central Wyoming College
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University of Wyoming
Master of Science in Nursing Education, University of Wyoming
Doctor of Nursing Practice, American Sentinel University
Committee Work and Professional Memberships include:
ReNEW Curriculum and Evaluation Committee – 2016
Certified Nurse Educator – 2013
Nurse Educators of Wyoming – 2012
ReNEW Professional Development Committee - 2011
Sigma Theta Tau International - 2006
American Nurses Association - 2004
Wyoming Nurses Association - 2004
National League for Nursing - 2003
Why is CWC's nursing program so unique?
I think the CWC nursing program is special because the environment is state-of-of-the-art, learner-centered, and is very focused on students. The members of the nursing faculty are a cohesive team with a shared goal of student success.