Sandy Pelletier, University of Maine pursuing a graduate degree in Nursing Education, forthcoming; Master's Certificate in Nursing Education at the University of Maine in 2011; B.S. in Nursing at Husson College in 1997; B.S. in Biology, University of Maine at Fort Kent in 1994.
Professor Pelletier has been teaching nursing classes in northern Maine for over a decade and played a large role in expanding UMFK’s simulation lab.
Dr. Tanya Sleeper, Mitchell Hamline School of Law, Healthcare Law track; Ph.D. Public Policy and Administration, Walden University, 2013; M.A. Nursing/Geriatric Nurse Practitioner Program, Saint Louis University, 2004; M.A. Business, Husson College, 2000; B.S. Nursing, University of Maine Fort Kent, 1998.
Dr. Jenny Radsma, Ph. D., Barry University, 2005; Master’s in Nursing, University of Saskatchewan, 1996; BSN, University of Lethbridge, 1989.
Dr. Radsma is passionate about writing, community service and walkabouts; she has trekked several continents.