Jacquelyn Brownlow, DNP, RN has served as a faculty member in the associate degree nursing program at Coahoma Community College since 2011. She has been a nursing educator since 2009, initially working at Delta State University as an adjunct clinical instructor. During that time she discovered her love of teaching, working as a graduate assistant helping prepare undergraduate baccalaureate nursing students for which she received the departmental award for outstanding nurse educator students.
Jacquelyn completed her Master’s Degree in Nursing Education in 2011 and was hired as an adjunct faculty at Coahoma Community College Associate Degree Nursing and Delta State University School of Nursing. In 2013, she completed her Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree at The University of Southern Mississippi with an emphasis on System Leadership and Advanced Nursing Practice. While at USM, she received the Outstanding DNP Award. She continues her academic work at Coahoma Community College.
Jacquelyn’s past experiences include charge nurse of ICCU at Greenwood Leflore Hospital and floor nurses on med-surgical units, emergency rooms, mental health, home health, telemetry and, pediatrics. She currently works part-time as a House Supervisor at Greenwood Leflore Hospital.
Jacquelyn currently serves as president-elect of the Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (MOADN), a peer evaluator for the Accreditation Commission for Nursing Education (ACEN), National League of Nurses (NLN) Ambassador.
She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Mississippi Coroner’s Association, Kappa Alpha Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Mississippi Nurses Association, American Nurses Association, and Organization for Associate Degree Nursing.