Beverly Waggener, BS, MS,
COHN-S/CM, CNS

Department of Nursing

 

 



Department of Nursing
CSU-Pueblo
2200 Bonforte Blvd.
Pueblo, CO 81001
719-549-2525
beverly.waggener@colostate-pueblo.edu
 

During her 35 years of clinical practice, Beverly Waggener served as a professional nurse in the following fields: Emergency Room Nursing, Head Nurse of a Medical floor and Medical Intensive Care Unit in Columbia, Missouri, Health Consultant in Special Education for 22 schools, Corporate Health Administrator for both INTEL Corporation in Beaverton, Oregon and Hawaiian Electric Company, and Case Manager for The Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii and St. Mary Corwin Medical Center, Pueblo, Colorado.

Mrs. Waggener’s education, licenses and certifications include Nurse (RN), Baccalaureate in Nursing (BSN), University of Missouri: Masters of Health Education (MS), Portland State University: Oncology Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS), University of Oregon Health and Science Center: Certified Occupational Health Nurse Specialist and Certified Case Manager.

During previous professional experiences, she was certified in and taught Stress Management, CHANGE CYCLE, CPR/AED, HIV, and multiple wellness classes. She continues to work as a Case Manager at a local medical center to keep abreast of evidenced based clinical practice and community and national resources.
She is professionally connected through the Disability Management Employer’s Coalition, The Occupational Health Nurses Association, Sigma Theta Tau International, The Colorado Nurses Association, and the Rocky Mountain Case Management Association. She is also a member of The League of Women Voters of Pueblo.
She continues in the learning experience by working on her certification in Geriatric Nursing and plans completion of the process by 2007.

Her awards include Award of Excellence by the Hawaii Chapter of Juvenile Diabetes, Hawaiian Electric’s Volunteer Service Award, Occupational Health Nurse Award, and Significant Contribution to HECO Award.

She believes in the professionalism of nurses and desires to share her appreciation of the art and science of nursing with her students.