|Bleick, Toni||Nursing Faculty Instructor||Nursing, Pendleton||HE 104 A||(541) email@example.com|
|Humphreys, Jessica||Nursing Instructor||Nursing, Pendleton||HE-104 C||(541) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Lovell, Carol||Nursing Instructor||Nursing, Pendleton||HE-104D||(541) email@example.com|
|Post, Laurie||Program Director and Instructor||Nursing, Pendleton||HE-104E||(541) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Reiher, Jean||Academic Department Specialist||Art, Communications, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Dental Assisting, Early Childhood Education, Economics, English, Foreign Languages, Geography, Humanities, Mathematics, Music, Nursing, Pendleton, Political Science, Psychology, Social Science, Sociology, Spanish, Theatre||HE 101||(541) email@example.com|
Toni earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Oregon Health Science University and her Master's in Nursing Education from Chamberlain University. While she has worked in many different areas of nursing, her passion is pediatric and mental health nursing. Toni started her career at BMCC Fall term 2017. In her spare time she enjoys outdoor activities like hiking, hunting and camping as well as team roping and spending time with her two sons.
Jessica has been teaching for the nursing program at BMCC since 2013 and her nursing experience is in intensive care. She teaches Nursing Fundamentals, Acute Care, and Pathophysiology, as well as simulation, lab and clinical. When she’s not with students or grading papers, she enjoys spending time with her family and being outdoors.
Carol worked as a registered nurse for many years with an emphasis in critical care and nursing management. She has been at BMCC as a full-time instructor since 2003. Carol feels she has been able to combine her passion for nursing with a love of teaching into the best career possible. Away from work, she enjoys spending time with family, traveling, and gardening.
Laurie earned her bachelor of science in nursing at Oregon Health & Sciences University and her master’s degree in nursing at Gonzaga University. She worked as a public health nurse prior to starting work at BMCC in 2004 as a nursing instructor, and since 2010 has been the nursing program director. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time at the family cabin, reading mystery novels, landscaping her yard, and spending time with family and friends.