Molly Phillips

Lecturer in Nursing

McInnis 122D

Molly earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Gettysburg College, where she double majored in Health Sciences and Spanish. She also played soccer at Gettysburg, where she was captain of the team. After graduating from Gettysburg, she was an active participant in her church's “Run for God” group, in which prayer and fellowship, along with physical activity and exercise, were united. Molly is a second-degree nursing student, and she graduated from Thomas Jefferson University.

Molly is a certified medical-surgical registered nurse (CMSRN). Throughout her nursing career, she has held many roles at the bedside and as an educator. She has served as a preceptor for new graduate nurses and nursing students, has been the unit’s resource nurse, and has experience teaching clinical for undergraduate, baccalaureate nursing students. Her love for teaching inspired her to pursue her master’s in nursing education. She recently graduated from Messiah University with her MSN. Her capstone project focused on perceived confidence among undergraduate, baccalaureate nursing students when subjected to high-fidelity simulation.