Cheryl Vincent is an assistant professor of nursing and teaches within the BSN pre-licensure, RN-BSN post licensure, and MSN programs. Her experience prior to coming to Anderson University includes staff nursing in the areas of pediatrics, pediatric and neonatal ICU, and mother/baby care. She served the elementary and middle school aged population as a school nurse with Hamilton Southeastern School Corporation and coordinated clinical staff education at both Trident Medical Center and Hancock Regional Hospitals. It was her great joy to teach students and train instructors for Safe Sitter Inc. for nearly 20 years.
Cheryl completed her initial nursing education at Iowa Methodist School of Nursing and a MSN in nursing education at Walden University. She is certified in S.T.A.B.L.E. neonatal transport, Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP) and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). She is a training center faculty member for American Heart Association and teaches BLS and PALS to the community and health care providers. Cheryl is a member of the Walden University International Nursing Honor Society, the American Nurses Association, the American Holistic Nurses Association and the Society of Pediatric Nurses. She serves on the advisory board of central Indiana Project Lead the Way, a high school biomedical science program. She is also a project mentor for the Indiana chapter of Health Occupations Student Association. Both programs support high school students interested in pursuing careers in the field of health care.
Cheryl Vincent has been at Anderson University since 2010.
Assistant Professor of Nursing
A.S.N., Iowa Methodist School of Nursing
M.S.N., Walden University