Dr. Edna Domingo

I received my PhD in Nursing at the University of San Diego. I was a professor at California State University, San Bernardino until I retired in 2006. I also taught at Azusa Pacific University School of Nursing as an assistant professor. Currently I am an assistant professor at National University.  I have expertise in Curriculum Development for nursing programs. I am a BRN-approved CEU provider for Faculty Development. My strong academic background has helped many nursing graduates pass their NCLEX. My passion reaches out to the diverse needs of international graduate nurses who speak English as a second language as well as those English-speaking nursing graduates who are struggling to pass the NCLEX.

Shirley Glass, MSN, RN

Titles: Asst. Program Director

Alicia Bravo, RN, BSN, PHN

Titles: CNA Program Director

Liberty Olive RB Macias, RN-BC, CFN, MSN/PMHNP-c

I graduated Cum Laude with my BSN. I have taught at California State University, San Bernardino Valley College, Adventist University of the Philippines, and University of La Salette. My certifications include; board certified mental health nurse, certified forensic nurse, and BRN-approved CE provider. I have been doing NCLEX review since 1999 and am currently working on my DNP.