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Nursing Faculty & Staff

Tonya Taylor RN, MSN, MBA/HC, COS-C


Ms. Taylor is a graduate of Northeast Texas Community College Associate Degree Nursing Program in 1991. Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Business Administration, and Master of Science in Nursing all from University of Phoenix. She is currently working towards her Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree. She has enjoyed a varied nursing career in Obstetrics, Gynecology, Women's Health, Oncology, Administration, Home Care, and Education. She is a member of numerous nursing associations including Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. Sharing her passion of nursing with the new generations inspires her spirit. When she is not teaching or studying, she enjoys cooking for her family, walking and reading. Tonya and her son live with their Yorkies, Jack, Coco, Max, and Rosie.


Lisa McCuller RN, BSN


Lisa Blevins McCuller has spent most of her life in Mt. Pleasant and graduated as an RN from Northeast in 1995. She continued her education and received her BSN from Jacksonville University, Jacksonville FL in 2006. She started her teaching career in nursing education at Northeast as adjunct clinical faculty; started teaching fulltime in 2011and has progressed to Vocational Nursing Coordinator. Her nursing expertise includes general med-surgical, chronic wound management/hyperbaric oxygen therapy, case management in hospital and home health settings. She is an avid reader and loves to cook. She and her husband have traveled extensively and enjoy vacationing in the Rocky Mountains whenever possible.



Jami Baker, MSN, RN-BC

Jami Baker is a 1998 graduate of the Northeast Texas Community College (NTCC) Vocational Nursing program and the 2010 NTCC ADN mobility program, where she graduated Valedictorian. In 2010, she also received the NTCC Outstanding Alumnus of the Year Award. She graduated with her BSN in 2012 and her MSN in Nursing Education in 2016, both from UT Tyler. She has worked in mental health, long-term care, home health and clinic settings. Mrs. Baker earned her ANCC board certification in 2015 in Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing.  She is married with three children, loves to travel, read, and attend her children's sports events, and is a veteran of the United States Navy.  Finally, since 2015 she has been the nursing faculty sponsor for the Guatemala Mission trip. In partnership with First Baptist Church in Mt. Pleasant, nursing students work along-side other community members to bring much-needed healthcare to the people in the San Raymundo area of Guatemala.


Donna Butler RN, BSN


I graduated Texarkana College with an Associate Degree in 1981; in 2008, I received my Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree from the Texas A&M University-Texarkana. I worked fourteen years as the director of nursing in a long term facility. I was manager of the med-surgical unit at Titus Regional Medical Center - for three years. I am currently an instructor at Northeast Texas Community College teaching the CNA program, Medication Aide program and LVN clinical. It is my belief that nursing instructors are the heart of each community's well-being.


Chrystal Brown RN, MSN


Chrystal Brown received a BSN from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston and is currently teaching in the Associate Degree Nursing Program at Northeast Texas Community College. She has 20 years of medical surgical experience and currently works prn at Titus Regional Medical Center. A strong advocate of creating an environment of learning, she involves her students in a variety of critical thinking opportunities that transfers to the clinical practice setting where student nurses are prepared to become registered nurses. Her professional interests focus on her current position as President of TNA District 35. Her goal is to empower nurses to become members of their local district to promote excellence in nursing through education, advocacy and achievement of quality patient care. In addition she will graduate in 2016 with her MSN from the University of Wyoming.






    
 
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