GOVERNOR APPOINTS IRSC ASSOCIATE DEAN OF NURSING
ANN HUBBARD TO THE FLORIDA BOARD OF NURSING
Ann Hubbard, Associate Dean of Nursing at Indian River State College, was named to the Nurse Educator Seat of the Florida Board of Nursing by Governor Rick Scott. Currently in her 22nd year at IRSC, Hubbard oversees the Nursing Assistant, Licensed Practical Nursing, Registered Nursing and Bachelor of Nursing programs for the Health Science division.
“Ann is committed to student success,” said Alan Roberts, IRSC Vice President of Applied Science and Technology. “With her extensive experience in health care education and her personal dedication to the medical field, Ann will play an integral role in the Board’s focus on assuring the qualifications of health care providers for the people of Florida.”
A Port St. Lucie resident, Hubbard has served on numerous IRSC committees to enhance teaching and learning. She has procured in excess of $2.5 million in educational grants and private donations for workforce development, and her affiliations include the Florida Council of Nurse Educator Association, the Florida Center for Nursing, the Florida Regional Action Coalition and the National League for Nursing. She has published five books and collaborated on more than 25 invited papers with prestigious organizations throughout the nation. She holds Doctorate degrees in Nursing Practice from the University of Alabama and in Educational Leadership from Florida Atlantic University.