Nancy Kelly

Contributing Faculty
College of Nursing
B.S. Nursing (BSN)

Dr. Kelly is an experienced nursing educator, having taught both undergrad and graduate level courses, clinical, and online courses. Her most recent nursing practice experience has been in community and public health settings. Her DNP capstone project focused on the health status of migrant farmworkers in the Shenandoah Valley, where she resides. This work has been presented locally and nationally, and was published in the Journal of Community Health Nursing. .

Courses Taught

Nursing 4210 - Role of the Nurse Leader in Population Health

Nurs 4115 - Role of the Nurse in Public and Global Health


BSN, University of Wisconsin

MSN, University of Virginia

DNP, University of Virginia


Kelly, N. J., RN, D. G., Pamela Kulbok DNSc RN FAAN, Laura Clayton Ph.D. RN CNE, Ph.D., V. R. (2012). Health Status of Migrant Farmworkers in the Shenandoah Valley. Journal of Community Health Nursing