Director of Clinical Operations, NursingTomeka Brown-Rolle is the Director of Clinical Operations for the School of Nursing. Her specialty and passion has been Maternal - Newborn Nursing since the start of her nursing career in 2006. She continues to work on the Family Centered Care Unit at Inova Fairfax Hospital where she does Car Seat Challenges on newborns. Prior to coming to Mason, Brown-Rolle was the Charge Nurse on Family Centered Care at Inova Fairfax Hospital and Clinical Instructor for various institutions in the Northern Virginia area.
Traditional BSN Program Coordinator
Term Instructor, NursingDr. Davidson is an Assistant Professor with School of Nursing with over 20 years of experience in an array of healthcare settings. She has a robust education that encompasses both clinical nursing practices and community public health. Dr. Davidson has true passion and dedication to applying her clinical training and education to serving vulnerable populations.
Division Director, Undergraduate Programs, School of Nursing, Nursing
Commonwealth Associate Professor, NursingDr. Douglas, Associate Professor of Nursing and Division Director, Undergraduate Programs, School of Nursing, focuses on the areas of community-based practice, access to care and cultural competence. Her contributions to general education include work the Educational Testing Service (ETS) where she was on the committee to write and test essay questions for the newly established writing component of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).
Population Health Center, Clinical Social Worker, NursingSharolyn Dugger joined the GMU Social Work faculty in 2015 as the Field Education Director. She received her MSW from the University of Kansas and practiced community social work for 13 years. She served in the non profit sector of children and families, child welfare and developmental disabilities. She was the Associate Director of Field Education for the University of Kansas prior to joining George Mason University.
- Dr. Kossi Pierre Eklou is Assistant Professor for the School of Nursing in the College of Health and Human Services and a Board-Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. He teaches various clinical, laboratory, didactic, and seminar courses across the undergraduate and graduate curriculums. Eklou’s education and research interests include psychiatric/mental health nursing, substance use disorders, and population health with a focus on the underserved.
Physician and Term Assistant Professor, NursingVictoria Garrison, MD, BC, completed her family practice residency training at Underwood Memorial Hospital at Thomas Jefferson University.
Assistant Professor, School of NursingDr. Karen Trister Grace is an Assistant Professor at George Mason University in the School of Nursing. Her research interests are in reproductive coercion, pregnancy intention and health disparities. She is a co-editor of the 2nd edition of the “Prenatal & Postnatal Care: A Woman-Centered Approach” textbook. Before coming to Mason, Grace completed her PhD at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, and a Postdoctoral Fellowship at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.