Faculty Profile

Noelle Jacobsen, DNP, CNM, WHNP

  • Nurse-Midwife,WHCNP
  • Instructor
  • Course Faculty
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Noelle Jacobsen, DNP, APRN, CNM, WHNP-BC, FACNM is Course Faculty for the Department of Midwifery & Women’s Health. A first-generation American of Norwegian immigrants, she was raised in Fairhaven, Massachusetts. She has been a Central Florida resident since 2004 where she has worked as a full-scope midwife in both the private & public sectors. Her professional experience includes administration of a public health department’s CNM practice with a hospital-based birth service; precepting APRN, PA, MD & DO students; & educating undergraduate nursing students. Dr. Jacobsen’s professional interests include social justice with a focus on birth, sexual, & reproductive justice; improving access to perinatal mental healthcare; advocacy for advancing the nurse practitioner profession; group prenatal care; lactation; & innovative education for nurse practitioner & nurse-midwife students. She is a member of ACNM, ANA, APNA, NLN, NONPF, NPWH, NSRH, & RHAP. Her personal interests include traveling, reading, baking, wildlife, and all beach/ocean-related activities. She lives with her husband and 2 rescue cats on Lake Orienta in Altamonte Springs, FL.