Degrees: R.N., M.N.
Over thirty years experience in nursing practice as an educator, manager and community health nurse. Is currently a tenured professor in the School of Nursing at Mount Royal University. Over a ten year period has taught in the areas of community health, population health, foundations of nursing, nursing research and family newborn nursing. She has also been involved in curriculum and program development and worked with a small team on the development of the new Bachelor of Nursing degree for Mount Royal University. Other professional activities include serving on the Executive of CHNAlberta as the provincial Vice President and the Board of CHNC (Community Health Nurses of Canada). Also serves on a number of standing committees including as Co-chair for the Standards and Competencies Committee with CHNC.