Janet Niemi Chubb
- Position: Assistant Professor
- Department: School of Nursing
- Office Location: Building 37, Room 105
- Campus: 850-473-7753
Dr. Janet Niemi Chubb, assistant professor, teaches leadership and management to graduate nursing students.
Chubb draws on the leadership skills she gained as a chief executive officer for behavioral health centers in private and public sectors, and as a health educator and clinician to prepare the new generation of nursing leaders.
She has written articles on various aspects of evidence-based leadership, transformational leadership, and leadership and the political change process. Research interests include leadership behaviors to sustain change, and the use of reflective journaling in graduate nursing education and professional development.
She has 15 years of experience working as a health educator and consultant, with academic appointments at Medical College of Georgia (now Georgia Regents University), the University of North Georgia and Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama.
She has been active in numerous civic and community activities, serving on the boards of the American Red Cross, Safe Homes, National Association of Psychiatric Treatment Centers for Children, Five Points Rotary International, Mobile Chapter of the American Cancer Society, the Professional Advisory Committee of The Joint Commission, Sigma Theta Tau International and White-Wilson Community Foundation in Fort Walton Beach, Florida.
She received a bachelor of science in nursing from Idaho State University, a master of science in nursing from University of Utah, and doctorate of health science from Nova Southeastern University.