Instructor of Nursing
Nursing is a marvelous mix of intellectual stimulation and human connection. I love watching students grow into professional nurses, and think of myself as a coach for those working through this demanding process.”
Cindy has worked as a registered nurse for more than 30 years, primarily in the hospital setting in medical-surgical, intensive care, emergency, and outpatient procedural departments. She has also worked in a rural health clinic and briefly in home health. Her various nursing positions have been in seven states, from Massachusetts to Hawaii, and in large urban hospitals to small rural facilities. Cindy started teaching in 2006 at Everett Community College in Washington and has been at CWC since 2014.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Whitworth University
Master of Science in Nursing, University of Washington
What makes CWC's nursing program unique?
CWC's use of simulation is very impressive, as well as the program's ability to provide quality nursing education in rural areas such as Jackson. The faculty is a cohesive group who are committed to researching up-to-date practice guidelines, and who care about individual student growth. The positive relationship with St. John’s Medical Center in Jackson is a huge plus to the Jackson program.