Stacey Krout Minor, PhD, MSN, RN
Program Director, Upward Mobility/Bridge, Assistant Professor, Course Coordinator
Stacey Krout-Minor has a diverse background in nursing that includes care and management of patient populations in the areas of med-surg, transitional care, and long-term care.
In her leadership role at Regis, she brings experience as a nursing professor from online and in-person classroom teaching. Her experience includes online course development, having been through Quality Matters online course development training supported by Regis. She has also been course coordinator for courses including nursing research, theory, leadership, community nursing, health assessment, concepts and challenges for nursing practice, and complementary therapies.
Stacey is the Program Director for our Upward Mobility/Core Courses for our online Master’s Program. Stacey’s educational background is also diverse; her doctoral studies and research have focused on cultural competence in nursing education, and she earned her MSN at Liberty University, where she focused on nursing education. She obtained her BSN at Carson-Newman University.
Stacey holds her RN licenses in five states, including a compact state RN license. Prior to going into the nursing profession, Stacey worked in the legal field as a paralegal and a case manager in arbitration and mediation.