Donell L. Campbell
- M.S., Organizational Leadership and Education, Warner Pacific, Portland, OR
- B.A., Management, George Fox University, Newberg, OR
- Special Bible Certificate, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, IL
- A.D.N., Umpqua Community College, Roseburg, OR
After teaching adjunct for Biola Nursing Program last year she now joins as a full faculty member in the Nursing Department. Her professional career includes over 35 years nursing experience in various settings including, Intensive Care, Medical, Surgical, Home Health and Community Services with more than 15 years in management of Medical, Surgical, Social Service, Cardiopulmonary Service, and Education departments. She served as Chief Educator at a Medical Center and has taught adjunct several years at University of Great Falls, RN to BSN Nursing Program.
Her Masters Thesis was focused on the use of a mentor model in the orientation and education of new graduate nurses as they enter the workplace. Other research interests include mentoring, management, leadership, community based nursing, communication and conflict management. She has published on the topics of Collaborative Training Efforts Within a Rural Hospital Setting, Reduction of Burnout and the Benefits of Short Term Medical Mission Work, Communication and Conflict Management.
Donell has three adult children and one grandchild; she and her husband Clark attend Whittier Area Community Church. Over the years she has been very involved in ministry and numerous community activities.