Sherrie Palmieri joined SNHU in 2013 as an adjunct instructor, course developer and subject matter expert for the graduate nursing Quality and Patient Safety concentration and certificate programs. She now serves as the executive director for Nursing and Health Professions at SNHU.
Before joining SNHU, Dr. Palmieri was the executive director of the St. Joseph School of Nursing, as well as an instructor. She successfully led accreditation efforts for six regulatory/accreditation surveys in 2012, including New Hampshire Board of Nursing (PN and NA programs), New Hampshire Department of Higher Education, Accrediting Commission for Career Schools and Colleges, and Accrediting Commission for Education in Nursing (PN reaccreditation/ASN initial accreditation). Dr. Palmieri has also held leadership positions at Exeter Hospital, Southern New Hampshire Medical Center and ComForcare Senior Services.
Throughout her career, Dr. Palmieri has co-authored several grants and proposals and was a featured speaker at Southern New Hampshire Consortium for Nursing Excellence and New Hampshire Association of Healthcare Quality conferences.
Dr. Palmieri holds memberships in several nursing and healthcare organizations and serves on the Government Affairs Committee for New Hampshire Nurses’ Association, Sherrie has been a certified healthcare quality professional (CPHQ) since 2007, and is secretary on the Board of Directors for Nashua Children’s Home.
DNP, Rush University
MBA, University of Phoenix
BSN, University of Arizona