Jennifer Glendening

Contributing Faculty
College of Nursing
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Jennifer L. Glendening received her PhD in Nursing Leadership at Walden University in May 2020. She currently serves as the Assistant Vice President of Professional Development at an academic medical center. Dr. Glendening joined Walden University as a part-time contributing faculty member in 2021. Dr. Glendening’s nursing career spans thirty years with experience in education, research, healthcare quality, Lean Six Sigma™ (LSS), regulatory management, informatics, and healthcare finance. She teaches or has taught courses in nursing leadership, healthcare quality, professionalism, and organizational development. She holds current specialty certifications in nursing leadership and healthcare quality. Dr. Glendening is a LSS Green Belt and has served as a master facilitator on healthcare projects ranging from the development of clinical pathways to the restructure of nurse staffing models. She has worked in clinical research with experience in the development and implementation Phase 1 clinical trials for both the oncology and critical care patient populations. Dr. Glendening serves on many state and national committees including the Organization of Nurse leaders and the New Jersey Hospital Association.