Two years of experience on a Cardiac/Telemetry ward serving as Charge Nurse and preceptor to many practical nursing students as well as newly assigned RNs. Seven years of experience in the Intensive Care Unit serving as charge nurse as well as a preceptor to 12 new intensive care nurses and 18 hospital corpsmen with experience in both adults and pediatrics. Certified Critical Care Registered Nurse for 5 years. Certified as both an Acute Care Clinical Nurse Specialist as well as Nurse Practitioner. Three years of experience as a nursing supervisor for an 86 bed hospital with the surge capacity of 129 beds. Nine years of experience as an instructor in the Staff Education and Training Department.
Registered Nurse in Maine <2011 to="" present="">
Acute Care Clinical Nurse Specialist-Adult Gerontology (ACCNS-AG) <2019 to="" present="">
Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Certified- Adult Gerontology (ACNPC-AG) <2019 to="" present="">
Certified Critical Care Nurse (CCRN) <2015 to="" present="">
Basic Life Support (BLS) Instructor <2019 to="" present="">
Advanced Life Suppport (ALS) Instructor <2019-present>
As the Clinical Nurse Specialist in an 8 bed Intensive Care Unit, primary duties include the creation and maintenance of all necessary standard operating procedures, maintenance of all nursing competencies for the unit and staff, as well as serving as the clinical expert. Responsible for the use of dynamic communication and effective leadership to liaise between management, clinical staff and community partners as well as research and implementation of quality improvement projects. Additional duties include developing and implementing multidisciplinary simulation based training to enhance the staff knowledge of high risk, low volume patient scenarios and instructing classes in Staff Education and Training.
Worked in the Intensive Care Unit serving as charge nurse as well as preceptor to new ICU nurses and corpsmen. Became a certified critical care nurse in 2015. Served as Okinawa Nurse's Association secretary from 2015-2016. Served as ACLS Instructor and Program Coordinator for Inpatient Rapid Response Team. Responsible for training of over 150 nurses and physicians, tracking of all inpatient responses, as well as serving as member of the Critical Care Committee, as program coordinator for the Inpatient Rapid Response Team. Instrumental part of the Nurse Liaison Committee serving to improve host nation relations through establishment of committee, creation of educational tools for both patients and host nation facilities, coordinating tours of both host nation and U.S. facility and collaboration efforts amongst the U.S. facility and the host nation, and creation of orientation for those who are new to the island. Established the DAISY Committee at USNH-Okinawa, served as Co-Chair from 2014-2015 and Chair from 2016-2017.
Served as charge nurse and preceptor while on Cardiac/Telemetry Floor for two years. Worked in Medical Intensive Care Unit for one year. Addressed unit staff concerns, including staffing ratios, resource management, allocation of responsibilities and optimized workload management. Maintained training records for over 50 staff members. Assisted in transition in electronic medical record as well as trained over 60 staff members in the EMR system. Served as Nurse's Association Unit Secretary for one year.
Graduated August 2019 with a 3.936 GPA.
Served as a member of iSERVE at the University of Virginia, a volunteer program with the Charlottesville Free Clinic where Nurse Practitioner and Medical students work with a preceptor to care for patients at the clinic.
Graduated June 2018 with a 3.97 GPA.
Graduated Magna Cum Laude
Varsity Athlete in Swimming and Cross Country
Trained incoming freshmen in the Corps of Cadets; duties included overseeing wellbeing of 42 cadets, training in basic military customs, as well as physical fitness.
Member of Maroon and Gold Key; duties included recruiting students, providing tours of University, and hosting overnight visits for prospective students.
Currently serving as a member of the Board of Fellows for Norwich University's Bachelor of Nursing Program.
Currently serving as a youth soccer coach for children with special needs.
Youth soccer coach from August 2011 to present
Volunteer at Special Olympics October-November 2014
Girl Scout Troop Leader for 16 girls from September 2015-2016. Served as the Camp Foster Council Secretary for one year.
Served as an integral part of the interview board for the Medical Assistant Program in 2015 as well as an instructor for the course.
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