Tina Roberts Faculty
"I would advise students to keep their dream alive and be ready to collaborate and explore the nursing profession in new areas such as management and community."
- Doctor in Health Administration — University of Phoenix, 2014
- Master of Science in Nursing Management & Leadership — Regis University, 2007
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing — Purdue University, 2003
I did a national presentation in New Jersey for the National Black Nurses Association. I used to be a Faith Community Nurse (Parish Nurse) when I lived in Indiana.
In which online degree program(s) do you teach?
Which classes do you teach online?
Nursing Informatics, Community, Aging and End of Life, Health Care Issues
Why did you start teaching?
I started teaching because I knew I could help students to reach their dream.
What advice would you give to those considering this degree program?
I would advise students to keep their dream alive and be ready to collaborate and explore the nursing profession in new areas such as management and community.
What qualities make someone particularly successful in this field?
Communication, ability to delegate, collaboration, and teamwork.
Tell us something interesting about yourself that your students might not know about you.
I love to be outdoors and feel one with nature when I take my shoes off and feel whatever ground I am on be it sand, water, grass, dirt, etc.
What do you want students to learn in these classes?
The goals for the students I teach include strengthening their leadership, management, research, and communication skills. I expect students to end the course with a better understanding of the course concepts and begin to immediately apply the concepts in their current nursing roles.