My name is Jeneen Lomax. I'm a certified nurse midwife with over 18 years of women's health experience. I'm a three-time graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing, and a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree. I've worked in several different practice settings such as community hospitals and large academic hospitals; private practices; and federally qualified health centers. Prior to my faculty appointment here at Frontier Nursing University, I've had the pleasure of working as an assistant professor teaching several graduate level course in an FNP program ranging from Advanced Pathophysiology to Women's Health Therapeutics and Management Across the Lifespan. I've been a clinical preceptor for RN, APRN, and medical students for over 7 years as well as teaching resident physicians the management of low-risk obstetrics and family planning. As full-time faculty here at Frontier Nursing University, I'm teaching NM 700 Role of the Nurse Midwife in Healthcare Delivery Systems and NM 701 Women's Health. My goal as an Advance Practice Nurse, midwife, and academic faculty is to uplift and empower others to reach their greatest potential.