Assistant Clinical Professor
Division of Graduate Nursing
Division of Undergraduate Nursing
Bellet Building, Room 423
Ginny has held faculty positions at the Assistant Professor level in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She teaches across multiple curriculum levels in BSN Programs and Graduate Nursing Programs specializing in leadership development topics, legal issues in health care, health care policy, and the business of healthcare.
Ginny is currently completing a doctoral program in organization and management with a specialization in leadership. She began her career in healthcare as a Diploma Nurse from Methodist Hospital in South Philadelphia, obtained her Bachelor's degree from the University of Hawaii and her Master's degree from Widener University in Chester, PA in Nursing Administration. She is nationally certified as a Nurse Executive by the American Nurse Credentialing Center, at both a nurse executive and nurse executive-advanced levels.
An experienced administrator, educator and leader, Ginny is a former director of a Department of Nursing, experienced in the development, recruitment and operational direction of nursing programs. She is an experienced national speaker for nursing leadership programs and a featured speaker for the American Nurse Credentialing Center for the past nine years.
Ginny is the co-author of the Nurse Executive Review and Resource Manual published by the American Nurses Credentialing Center in March, 2010.
She currently is co-authoring the 2nd Edition of the Nurse Executive Review and Resource Manual published by the American Nurses Credentialing Center to be published in March, 2013. She has been published in peer texts and has developed and been faculty for continuing education modules in nursing leadership in multiple presentation venues.
Ginny’s research interests include leadership development and succession planning in healthcare organizations for nursing executives and leaders. She is passionate about preparing nurses to successfully continue as nursing leaders who are well prepared for the challenges facing health care delivery systems today.