Peggy Moriarty-Litz joined SNHU in 2014. In her previous role as the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Nursing Programs, Peggy demonstrated the ability to consistently produce highly effective results on several fronts including the development of high-quality nursing programs; strong student and faculty success; support of programmatic accreditation and compliance efforts; and the development of positive and fruitful relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Additionally, Peggy is a member of the COCE Academic Policy Committee and Best Practices Coalition, and she has worked to develop professional continuing educational initiatives for the professional development of her team.
Peggy is an experienced nurse educator who teaches non-traditional students throughout several levels of academic preparation. She has achieved certification as a nurse educator from the National League for Nursing and is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International.
Candidate, Ed.D. Leadership and Learning with a Nursing Education specialization
MS, Nursing Administration, University of New Hampshire
BSN, Saint Anselm College
Jennifer Johnson joined SNHU in 2015 as an adjunct instructor. In the summer of 2016, she transitioned to serve as an associate dean of faculty for nursing. Her background and experience blends both the facilitation of nursing education and clinical practice as a Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM).
As a CNM, she accompanies women for their birth in the hospital setting. She has worked as a clinical nursing instructor and associate professor in nursing, guiding students in the philosophy of nursing. She has taught Licensed Practical Nurses, Associate Degree Nurses, Bachelor Degree Nurses, and Advance Practice Nurses (Midwifery and Family Practice). In January 2014, she graduated from Northeastern University with a Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree.
Dr. Johnson is an active participant in the New Hampshire Nurses Association's Commission on Nursing Practice, as the committee chair. She is also an active member of Beta Sigma Phi- Honor Society of Nursing.
DNP, Northeastern University
MS, State University of New York at Stony Brook
BSN, Webster University
ASN, Norwich University
Dr. Rosenberg joined SNHU as an adjunct faculty in 2014. She became a Faculty Lead in the Graduate Nursing Program in 2015. She transitioned to the role of Associate Dean of Faculty early in 2018. She is a Board Certified Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist and a Certified Nurse Educator. Stacey has clinical experience in acute care and community/public health. Dr. Rosenberg has taught both online, hybrid, and in face to face settings. She has extensive knowledge and experience in curriculum and program development and accreditation.
Dr. Rosenberg's professional interests include: community partnerships and global health interests. Her capstone project within her DNP program was entitled "An Educational Intervention Addressing Nurses' Cultural Competence".
DNP, Winona State University
MSN, Winona State University
BSN, University of Iowa
ASN, North Iowa Area Community College
Advanced Teaching Online, San Diego State University
Master of Science, Nursing, University of Massachusetts, 1997
Bachelor of Science, Nursing, Boston College, 1978
Doctorate in Nursing Practice, George Mason University, 2012
Master of Science in Nursing, George Mason University, 2006
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, George mason University, 1998
Diploma in Nursing, Beth Israel School of Nursing, 1979
Doctorate of Nursing Practice, University of South Alabama, 2011
Certified Medical Surgical Nurse, 2008-Present
Certified Nurse Educator, 2008-Present
Masters of Science, Syracuse University, 2002
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Clemson University, 1996
Juris Doctor, Temple University, 1998
Doctor of Education, Temple University, 1990
Master of Science, Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, 1982
Doctor of Philosophy, Nursing, University of Phoenix, 2014
Post Master’s Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner in Primary Care Certification, University of Massachusett-Boston, 2014
Master of Science, Nursing, University of Phoenix, 2008
Bachelor of Science, Nursing, West Virginia University, 2000
Master of Science, Nursing, University of North Dakota, 2013
Bachelor of Science, Nursing, University of Missouri, 2001
PhD, Instructional Leadership for Changing Populations, Notre Dame of Maryland University, 2012
Certified Nurse Educator (CNE), 2007 – present
MSN, Cardiovascular Clinical Nurse Specialist, Indiana University School of Nursing, 1993
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University of Indianapolis, 1988
Master of Science, Nursing, California State University, 2010
Bachelor of Science, Biology, University of New Hampshire, 2007
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, University of New Hampshire, 2007
EdD, Capella University, 2013
MSN, Villanova University, 1994
BSN, LaSalle University, 1990
Doctor of Philosophy, Nursing Education, Nova Southeastern University, 2016
Master of Science, Nursing, Drexel University, 2009
Bachelors of Science, Nursing, University of Miami, 2000
Our online instructors come to SNHU as leaders in their field, bringing real-world experience to students motivated to change or advance their careers. They ensure that you have the support, tools and resources you need to be successful.