Nicole joined CEPH in 2010 and served as an executive assistant, accreditation coordinator, and accreditation specialist before assuming her current role. During her years at CEPH, Nicole assisted in the development and implementation of standalone baccalaureate program accreditation. In 2019, Nicole planned and managed CEPH’s first Accreditation & Education Forum.
Additionally, Nicole represents CEPH by presenting at national conferences including the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health Undergraduate Summit, Society for Public Health Education annual meeting and Association of Specialized and Professional Accreditors conferences.
Nicole received her Master of Public Health degree in health policy from George Washington University (GWU). As part of her degree program, she completed an internship with the Emergency Medical Services Research Center at Children’s National Health System. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from GWU. Before joining CEPH, Nicole served as an accreditation assistant at the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education. Additionally, Nicole holds the Project Management Professional (PMP) credential from the Project Management Institute.
In her free time, Nicole enjoys exploring DC by bicycle and serves as a reading and writing tutor with For Love of Children DC.