Dr. Ann Stoltz, Director of Nursing

Ann D. Stoltz, RN, PhD
Director, School of Nursing
Ann.Stoltz@tu.edu

Dr. Ann Stoltz has called Solano County “home” since 1980. She worked as a public health nurse for Solano County and a school nurse for the Vacaville Unified School District until assuming a full time faculty position at Sacramento State in 2001. During her tenure at Sacramento state she held numerous teaching and leadership positions- coordinating the following programs: School Nurse Credential, Master of Science in Nursing, RN to BSN, and Accelerated Second Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing.  As Chairperson of the Sacramento State School of Nursing from 2006-2010, she assisted with the creation of three new programs within nursing, facilitated fund raising and planning efforts to move the School of Nursing to a new facility with a state of the art human patient simulation learning center, and obtained numerous grants to support the program. She participates in statewide nursing education leadership as the past vice president and president of the California Association of Colleges of Nursing, past Chair of the Coalition of School Nurse Educators, and the Association of California Nurse Leader’s Leadership Committee. Dr. Stoltz has a PhD in Education from UC Davis and her research interests include coordinated school health, bullying, and mentoring. 

 

J.Clavo-Hall

Jacqueline Clavo-Hall, CRNA, MSN, JD
Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
Jacqueline.Clavo@tu.edu

Assistant Professor of Nursing is Jacqueline Clavo. Dr. Clavo has been a Nurse Anesthetist for the past twenty-four years at the Alameda County Medical Center in Oakland. She has also worked for Kaiser Permanente. She has a Juris Doctorate degree from the John F. Kennedy School of Law, a Master of Science degree in Health Informatics from the University of Illinois in Chicago, a Master of Science degree in Nurse Anesthesia from Xavier University in New Orleans, and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from William Carey College in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.

 

Terrye Moore-Harper, RN, MSN, ACNS-BC

Terrye Moore-Harper, RN, MSN, ACNS-BC
Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
Terrye.MooreHarper@tu.edu

Terrye obtained a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Tuskegee University and a Masters of Science in Adult Health Nursing from Valparaiso University. Terrye was commissioned in the US Army Nurse Corps where she served nearly 7 years in the areas of Med/Surg, ICU/Trauma, and the Surgical Research Burn unit.  She has many years of experience as a clinical educator, home health case manager, quality and compliance manager, and nursing educator. Terrye transitioned from direct care clinical nursing to her teaching career at Fresno City College in the ADN program. As a tenured faculty at San Joaquin Delta College, she was lead course coordinator, division chair of curriculum, and assistant director of the program.  She joined the TUC nursing school family in November, 2014 and considers herself "finally home." Terrye is also a board certified Clinical Nurse Specialist in Adult Health and is active in her community and church where she serves as a Bible teacher and volunteer health educator. She has been married for over 25 years to Corwin Harper and is the mother of 2 daughters, who both reside in Texas. 

 

Julian Gallegos, MS, RN, FNP-BC
Julian Gallegos, MS, RN, FNP-BC
Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
Julian.Gallegos@tu.edu


Adjunct Professor of Nursing, Julian L. Gallegos has been a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner since 2008 and a registered nurse since 2001. Professor Gallegos is a former United States Air Force Nurse Corps Officer. He has worked in several specialties throughout his nursing career to include medical-surgical nursing, flight medicine, and labor and delivery. Professor Gallegos currently works at NorthBay Healthcare as a urology nurse practitioner. Professor Gallegos is a PhD candidate in the College of Nursing at the University of Arizona, Tucson. The concentration for his PhD is in Understanding the Mechanisms for the Prevention and Treatment of Biological Injury. He has a Masters of Science degree with a major in Nursing from IndianaStateUniversity, Terre Haute, Indiana and a Bachelors of Science with a major in Nursing from PurdueUniversity, West Lafayette, Indiana. His research interests include Type 2 diabetes in Mexican Americans, the use of alternative therapies such as Vitamin D and Curcumin to reduce inflammation in Type 2 diabetes, and the effects of nurse practitioner care in increasing access to care.

 

Kathleen Hahn

Kathleen Hahn, MSN CPNP
Adjunct Faculty, School of Nursing
Kathleen.Hahn@tu.edu

Kathy Hahn is a credentialed school nurse and certified pediatric nurse practitioner with a master’s degree in nursing, working in Vallejo, California.  Kathy is the Nurse Practitioner for the Vallejo City Unified School District, and sees patients in Solano County’s first and only school based health centers.  Prior to her arrival in Vallejo in 2000, Kathy worked as both an emergency room staff nurse and charge nurse at Children’s Hospital, Central California and as a primary care pediatric nurse practitioner at Kaiser-Fresno and Molina Medical Center.  Kathy was instrumental in seeing the need for school based health care in Vallejo, writing grants to fund it and opening the first school based health center at Pennycook Elementary School in 2004, where she continues to see uninsured and underinsured patients today, as well as the Widenmann Health Center in North Vallejo, which also includes a dental clinic.  Additionally, Kathy is adjunct faculty for Touro University’s Medical School, Samuel Merritt University and previously an instructor for Blake Austin College in Vacaville.  Kathy is married and has two grown daughters and a 10 month old grandson.sts include coordinated school health, bullying, and mentoring. 

 

Patricia Leads

Patricia E. Leads RN, MSN, FNP-BC
Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
Patricia.Leads@tu.edu

Assistant Professor of Nursing, Patricia Leads obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from  University of Michigan in 1984 and a Master of Science in Nursing/Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) from Michigan State University in 1998. She practiced as a critical care nurse at the University of Michigan Medical Center and at St Joseph Mercy Hospital Medical Center, both in Ann Arbor, Michigan for seventeen years.  Patricia has also worked as a certified FNP in many clinical settings, including community clinics, school health clinics, corrections and occupational health. Currently she is working part-time with veterans as a certified FNP. Patricia is also a PhD candidate at University of California, Los Angeles. Her research focus is symptom burden in Latinos with chronic heart failure.

 



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