Ezekiel Osundina

Contributing Faculty
College of Nursing
Ph.D. Nursing

His first teaching experience was in a public community college, taking student nurses out for community nursing clinical experience. He taught practical nursing programs, primarily geriatric, psychiatric, and medical-surgical nursing. He enrolled in the Walden University Postdoctoral Fellowship in Nursing program and is currently a part-time faculty member. He has been a registered nurse for over thirty (30) years and graduated from Walden University with a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Nursing Education. He worked in different nursing specialty areas, including acute care, sub-acute care, long-term care, and psychiatric nursing in Africa and the United States. He is currently the Director of Nursing in a government-owned Mid-Atlantic long-term care facility.


PhD, Walden University

MSN, Wilmington University

BSN, Chamberlain College of Nursing