POSITION: Associate Professor
Lancaster RN to BS
Master of Science in Nursing
Doctor of Nursing Practice
Nancy has been teaching full-time in the Eastern Mennonite University Lancaster RN-to-BS in Nursing Program since July 2014.
Prior to full-time teaching at EMU Lancaster, Nancy was an OR nurse and Nurse Anesthesia Educator at Women & Babies Hospital, Lancaster. Nancy taught at EMU Lancaster as an adjunct faculty member, and also gained teaching experience through her role as clinical and classroom instructor, Harrisburg Area Community College Lancaster Campus 2009-2014, clinical instructor at Alvernia University, 2013, and through several graduate assistantships at Villanova University, 2009-2013.
Nancy gained valuable experience in conducting research studies, and publishing research findings through her own research in the pregnant adolescent population, and through active participation on externally-funded research committees at Villanova University. Her currrent research focus has shifted to cerebral palsy (CP) with a focus on pain, physical function and education for parents of young children with cerebral palsy. She is actively involved with Schreiber Center for Pediatric Healthcare.
Nancy is married to Brian (35 years), has 2 children and 2 grandchildren. They are a military family! She and her family have attended LCBC church for several years and she is an occasional volunteer volunteers by providing meals for the worship team at the Ephrata campus. Nancy is also actively involved with her grand-daughter who has CP, loves helping with therapy and coming up with creative solutions for everyday activity.
PHD, Villanova University (Nursing Education and Research)
MSN, Villanova University (Nursing Education)
BS, Millersville University (Nursing)