Angela Phillips, MSN, BA, RN, NEA-BS
Undergraduate Pre-licensure Track Director and Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
Angela Phillips began her career with a Bachelor of Arts in Education from Central Washington University in 1997. After teaching high school Special Education and Health Education, Angela committed to home schooling her three children along side her husband.
Angela’s love and passion for teaching blended seamlessly with her career reestablishment within the nursing field in 2012. She graduated from the College of Southern Idaho in 2014 and joined the nursing team within a critical access hospital in Idaho. During the next 6-years Angela served her rural community with excellence, professionalism, kindness, and compassion. She ended her critical access service working as the nurse manager of the inpatient units.
In 2019 Angela completed her Master of Science in Nursing with a focus in Leadership and Education from Northwest Nazarene University. Her Nurse Executive Advanced Board-Certified credentials were obtained in 2020 from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Angela is a Master-Trainer within the TeamSTEPPS program and an integral part of the internal Resource Simulation Team, within her health system, trained by the Idaho Simulation Network in 2018.
Angela served as an adjunct clinical instructor during the 2020-2021 school year at Boise State University. She will join the full-time faculty of the School of Nursing during the fall of 2021. Her passion for leadership and training the next generation of nurses is evident in her enthusiastic, engaging teaching style that strives to encourage and challenge her students.
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