Suzanne Villiers MS, RN, CEN, grew up in the great state of Alaska, surrounded by mountains, ocean and open spaces. Her first venture to southern living took her to Seattle University for a BS in Nursing and after several years practicing in critical care and dialysis nursing, further south to the San Francisco Bay Area where she fell in love with her husband and the practice of Emergency Nursing. While raising a family and enjoying the beautiful water, mountains, and vineyards of the Bay area, yet another educational experience called. She completed a Masters in Emergency & Trauma Nursing with a minor in Nursing Education at University of California, San Francisco in 1992. Now what to do? There are so many options in the career of Nursing! Her career path took Suzanne to Ohlone College, an associate Degree Nursing Program in Fremont, California, where she discovered her passion for pre-licensure nursing education. Accompanying her husband to the beautiful Denver Metro area for a job opportunity, finds Suzanne happily teaching and administering the Associate Degree Nursing Program at Front Range Community College, Westminster. She still maintains her passion for Emergency Nursing, practicing at a local community Emergency Department, and every day makes a difference in the lives of patients and students. Suzanne is a member of Sigma Theta Tau, Emergency Nurses Association, Association of Critical Care Nurses, and the National League for Nursing. She maintains certifications as a Certified Emergency Nurse and in BLS, ACLS, TNCC, and PALS.