Erin Alexander, EMSN, MSN-Ed, RN
Clinical Assistant Professor
About Erin Alexander
Erin Alexander has been a practicing nurse for 20 years, with 16 years at the bedside primarily working in adult cardiovascular. For nearly four years, she worked in clinical education with pediatrics. Erin is a graduate of U of M’s Executive Nursing Leadership MSN program. She also earned her MSN in nursing education from Western Governors University. She serves as full time faculty in the undergraduate BSN program at LCON, Memphis Campus. Her courses include Foundational Skills of Nursing as well as Adult Health Med-Surg I.
She is a member of the National League of Nurses, Sigma Theta Tau International Society of Nursing, and the Tennessee Nurses Association. She is also a certified American Heart Association instructor.
Erin is committed to protecting and preserving the nursing profession through understanding the impact of moral injury and burnout within frontline nurses. She plans to continue the research that she started in this subject while pursuing her PhD in nursing.
Erin is the mother of three teenagers, three dogs, a cat, and a hedgehog. She is married to her supportive husband who she enjoys spending time with outside and binge watching true crime dramas.