Dana Mangum, D.N.P.
Dr. Dana Mangum is an Assistant Professor of Nursing, currently teaching full time
at Queens University of Charlotte, Presbyterian School of Nursing since 2016. She
serves as undergraduate and graduate faculty in the Accelerated B.S.N. and M.S.N.
Dr. Mangum has 19 years of clinical experience as a Registered Nurse. She has worked as a staff nurse at Mercy Main and Carolinas Medical Center, Main Campus, specializing in cardiac step down and more recently in labor and delivery. She served Carolinas College of Health Sciences from 2002 to 2016 where she served in both the classroom and clinical environment.
She has served for the Greater Charlotte Area Oncology Nurses Society Chapter for more than 13 years and for nine years as a board member.
She earned a Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Gardner-Webb University in May 2013 and her capstone project was, "A Structured Orientation System for Nursing Faculty."
She earned a Master's in Nursing Education with a concentration in curriculum and evaluation from East Carolina University in 2005. There her article, Narrative Pedagogy in Nursing Education, was published.
She earned a B.S.N. from Queens University, Charlotte, NC in 1997.
Dr. Magnum is a Charlotte native, married with three grown children and two dogs. She enjoys traveling, shopping, gardening and the beach.
D.N.P., Gardner-Webb University
M.S.N., East Carolina University
B.S.N., Queens University of Charlotte