Ann Scott, MSN, RN, CCRN, CNE Ann Scott is currently employed at the University Of South Carolina College Of Nursing as a clinical instructor in the BSN Collaborative nursing program at University of South Carolina Lancaster. Ann earned her MSN as a clinical specialist with a focus in critical care cardiovascular nursing from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia and her BSN from Clemson University. She is currently at student in her second year of the USC CON DNP Nurse Executive track program where she plans to graduate in August 2017. She has held numerous clinical positions and for the last 13 years she has worked in education in associate and baccalaureate nursing programs. Her expertise is in simulation and critical care. She has present both regional and internationally on topics such as debriefing after simulation and building a rural nursing workforce. She teaches students in both clinical and didactic classroom settings. She currently teaches Biophysical Pathology at USC Lancaster to sophomore students and serves as a clinical instructor in the medical-surgical courses. She has a real passion for teaching and loves working in the classroom and clinical settings. Ann was awarded the 2014 SC Palmetto Gold recipient of the top 100 nurses in SC and was a recipient of the 2015 SCLN Excellent in Nursing Award.