Shelitha Campbell

Shelitha R. Campbell

Assistant Professor DNP, FNP-BC

Programs and Courses Taught

MSN Family Nurse Practitioner

Entry Level Master of Science in Nursing

N601 Integrating Evidence Practice
N619 Pathophysiology
N626 Theoretical Foundations

About Me

An Oakland native, I was born, raised, and currently live in Oakland with my family. The importance of living, raising a family, and working in a diverse community like Oakland, reflects my commitment to advancing the rich legacy that has been cultivated by social justice, empowerment, and fortitude. Guided by the philosophy of Maya Angelou, "Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better," my personal educational journey as a life long learner has catapulted me into the realm of academia as an educator. Educating patients and students to empower themselves in achieving better health and more knowledge, checks the box of doing the best I can with the tools I have. 

Education

I received my Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of San Francisco in 1997, Masters of Science in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner from San Francisco State University in 2003, and a Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Loyola University in 2016. 

Teaching Interests

Nursing Research and Geriatrics 

Scholarly Interests

Advancing the health of young African - American girls

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

California Association of Nurse Practitioners 
National League for Nursing
Bay Area Black Nurses Associate

Community Service

As the CEO of a local nonprofit organization, A Sista's Touch, the work we do in the community is guided by our mission:  To cultivate and celebrate Black Excellence through the personal and professional inspirations of African American women across all generations in the community; with a foundational focus on our adolescent girls.