Dr. Tyeasha Williams is a highly skilled clinician with over 17 years of medical experience. She graduated with a BSN in Nursing from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in 2005, MSN with a concentration in FNP from Indiana State University (Terra Haute Indiana) and a Doctorate of Nursing from Duke University in December of 2013.
Dr. William's experience includes acute care, cardiac, nephrology, pulmonary, retail health care, and community health. The majority of her nursing experience comes from working on a fast-paced, progressive care unit, taking care of complex patients (trauma, transplant, abdominal, and vascular surgeries).
She has been an educator for over 8 years starting out as a visiting Adjunct Professor for a distance learning MSN NP program as well as a Clinical Instructor for ADN students at Community College.
She has been a faculty member at Walden University since August 2015 as adjunct faculty and has experience teaching Health Assessment and Adult Health Courses in the MSN program. In 2021 she became full-time faculty in the MSN program as the lead faculty for Advanced Health Assessment.
BSN, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
MSN, Indiana State University
DNP, Duke University