D&D faculty members are: knowledgeable, passionate, experienced, and life-long learners. See below why student, graduates, and NCLEX candidates look to them to guide them through the next step of their careers.
Donna Ocampo MSN, RN
Donna has been a leader in all the communities that she is involved in. She graduated from Loyola University, Chicago as the class president for three consecutive years. She received the first ever Leadership in Nursing Award from the Niehoff School of Nursing in 2002. Her leadership experience has led her to working at award-winning medical institutions in Chicago and San Francisco. Her natural ability and desire to lead has led her to found D&D Nursing Educators Inc., along with her equally ambitious and capable colleagues.
|Last Updated on Monday, 13 August 2012 04:47|
Dennis Manzanades MSN, RN CCRN
Dennis has been a lecturer for NCLEX-RN and CGFNS Test Preparation classes in the Philippines for ten years before he migrated to the United States. He graduated with honors in Bicol University College of Nursing, Legazpi City, Philippines. He continues to take pride in the spirit of education and learning as he teaches medical-surgical nursing theory and practice at private colleges around San Francisco Bay Area.
|Last Updated on Monday, 13 August 2012 01:38|
Janette Villanueva-Moreno MSN, RN, CCRN
Janette has proven leadership ability providing her with the unique skills and insights to do an outstanding job as a clinical and academia nursing educator, nursing school organization consultant, nursing curriculum development specialist, and NCLEX PN/RN review expert.
|Last Updated on Monday, 13 August 2012 05:05|
Cecille Brizuela MSN, RN, OCN
Cecille is currently working for Virginia Hospital Center for Radiation and Oncology department in Arlington, Virginia. She is their Lead Nurse for Cyberknife Robotic Radiosurgery System. Her clinical background also extends to oncology specialized units like Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, DC. Cecille leads her current institution in their nursing educational initiatives and mentorship program. Cecille continues to share her knowledge and expertise in both clinical and classroom settings at a national level.
|Last Updated on Monday, 13 August 2012 05:09|
Alexa Araw, RN, MAN
A current neuro-trauma nurse, her clinical experience ranges from critical care to emergency room nursing. Her twenty years of critical care nursing has been served in San Mateo County Hospital, California Pacific Medical Center, and Kaiser Permanente. She stays actively involved in her hospital-based committees focused on falls prevention and infection control. She is also a member of a consultation group helping transition San Mateo County Hospital to computer-based charting.
|Last Updated on Monday, 13 August 2012 05:05|
J'Marc T. Javelosa MSN, RNC-NIC
A certified Neonatal Intensive Care nurse dedicated to education and research, he is the Senior Clinical Manager and NICU Specialist at Somanetics Corporation. He is also a member of Sigma Theta Tau International (Nursing Honor Society) and the Academy of Neonatal Nursing. His specialization in the area of infants/toddlers and maternity began with an internship at the Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford in the post-op cardiac lung unit. His extensive experience in the field continued as a transport nurse and preceptor for a Level III NICU at Medical Center Hospital, then as a staff nurse with training duties for newborn nursery nurses at Las Colinas Medical, followed by ten years as a staff nurse, mentor and instructor for Baylor University Medical Center in air/ground transport. With nearly two decades of specialized Level III NICU expertise in combination clinical and teaching facilities, he sets the standard for quality instruction and excellence in practice.
|Last Updated on Monday, 13 August 2012 05:13|
Mary Ann R. Bloyer BSN, RNC, CNM
A Certified Nurse Midwife for Kaiser Permanente in Hayward and Clinical Instructor at Chabot Community College, her experience includes 30 years of care management for the gravid client. Her exceptional qualifications stem from her work as a skilled clinician performing duties that include antepartum assessment, intrapartum care and evaluation, labor triage, the birthing process, and postpartum recovery. It is critical that a nursing professional be an effective and knowledgeable teacher and caregiver. It is of particular importance to attain this level of sensitivity for the gravid client. Ms. Bloyer’s superior knowledge and experience translate into an impeccable communication of nursing concepts and application for students at all levels.
|Last Updated on Monday, 13 August 2012 04:35|
John Allan Menez, MSN, RN-BC, CMSRN
A current faculty member of University of Phoenix, both online and in the Minneapolis/St. Paul Campus; and University of St. Catherine in St. Paul, MN, John is always searching for opportunities to elevate himself to the next level of professional development. His clinical experience includes long-term care and medical-surgical units. He is a published contributing author and content reviewer for three Medical-Surgical Nursing textbooks and contributor to an article focused on chronic pain management. He is a well sought-out speaker for many professional organizations in the Midwest.
|Last Updated on Saturday, 05 January 2013 06:23|
Jerome C. David MAN, MBA, CMSRN
Jerome’s clinical experiences include Medical-Surgical units around Pennsylvania acute-care hospitals. He can also be found working in psychiatric nursing institutions, orthopedic departments, surgery and neurology centers. He is an active member for MSICU Education Committee.
|Last Updated on Monday, 13 August 2012 05:18|
Jade Ong Bautista MSN, RN
Jade has been serving as a Labor and Delivery staff nurse for Kaiser Permanente for the last six years. Her passion for educations has led her to a role as Senior Preceptor for the Mother-Baby unit in Kaiser Permanente. She extends her love for teaching by volunteering for Reading Partners, which work with children who have learning disabilities. She is also serving as a clinical faculty for University of San Francisco’s BSN program.
|Last Updated on Monday, 13 August 2012 04:39|
Pres Lorenzo BSN, RN, CCRN, CSC
Pres has spent the last decade serving as a senior level staff nurse at Stanford University Medical Center’s CVICU. His extensive clinical experiences also include work at various San Francisco Bay Area PACU, burn, and medical ICU units. His passion for education has led him to the role of Role-Based Practice Certified Coach for Stanford University Medical Center. He also serves as a CCRN Ambassador and has received the Beacon Award from AACN for his efforts to encourage his colleagues at Stanford’s CVICU to acquire CCRN certification.
|Last Updated on Saturday, 05 January 2013 06:25|
Joanne Cabanilla MD
Dr. Cabanilla received her MD from University of the Philippines. She is currently serving as an adjunct faculty for San Jose City College and has served as part-time faculty for various San Jose area private schools.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 16 August 2012 03:24|
Allan Aldrich Ocampo BSN, RN
Nearing the completion of his MSN, with a focus on nursing education, Allan has over 10 years experience in the medical profession, as a medical technologist and nurse. He launched his own company, Allan Ocampo Tutorials, in Davao City, Philippines in 2007, and provided test preparation services for local and state boards. He was previously employed as a Kaplan NCLEX Reviewer in the Philippines. He is currently practicing as a Medical-Surgical/ Telemetry Charge RN for Kindred Hospital in Ontario, Ca. He is looking to publish his first book within the next two years. Students enjoy his concept maps and his entertaining delivery of review content.
|Last Updated on Saturday, 05 January 2013 06:36|