Dr. Kim Clevenger received her EdD with a specialization in Teacher Leadership from Walden University in 2011. She received a MSN in Nursing Education in 2004, and received an undergraduate degree in Psychology and Nursing in 1995.
Dr. Clevenger is board certified (BC) in Medical Surgical Nursing from the American Nurse Credentialing Center (ANCC) and previously served as a CCNE accreditation site visitor. Currently she serves as Contributing Faculty in the College of Health Sciences at Walden University. Additionally, Dr. Clevenger serves as a Pre-licensure Program Coordinator and an Associate Professor of Nursing at another university. Dr. Clevenger previously served as a RN-BSN Online Program Coordinator for 8 years. She serves as a subject matter expert for a number of nursing textbook publishers and has a number of presentations and publications on health-related topics.
EdD, Walden University
MSN, Bellarmine University
BA, Morehead State University
AAS, Morehead State University
Awards / Honors
Kentucky Colonel, State of Kentucky , 2006
Parsons, L. C., Clevenger, K. M. (2014). Why study Nursing: Top professors' perspectives on college/university major, scholarships, research issues, and career options.
Clevenger, K. M. (2013). Effects of a formal serice learning program on baccalaureate nursing students perceived level of cultural competence. Kentucky Nurse
Clevenger, K. M. (2013). Using HESI exit results to evaluate the integration of QSEN competencies in a BSN curriculum. Elsevier