I obtained my vocational nursing license while completing my service in the United States Army (1988-1993) with 25 years of occupational experience in geriatrics. Though a first year instructor within AISD, teaching was a requirement in my duties as a charge nurse overseeing and instructing certified nursing assistants. Instruction with application is also a requirement for the Pastorate field in which I am also a licensed, ordained Minister (16+ years). Years of teaching (nursing/ministry) and my affinity for imparting knowledge inspired me to seek a career change to ‘pay it forward’ to students who are (now) where I once was.
By pouring into Arlington’s student population the knowledge, passion and caring disposition required for success in the medical field, I am humbled to be able to mentor and play a positive role in impacting the future of the health care industry as well as the communities in which they will choose to serve.
Wayland Baptist University
|Period||Time||A Day||Period||B Day|
|2 & 3||9:35-12:47||HEALTH SCIENCE THEORY & LAB
|8 & 9||HEALTH SCIENCE THEORY & LAB
|4 & 5||1:43-4:50||Conference
|10 & 11||HEALTH SCIENCE THEORY & LAB