Nina Williams: DNP, MSN-NE, RN
Prelicensure Clinical Coordinator and Clinical Assistant Professor

Nina WilliamsNina Williams received her LPN degree from Richmond Community College, her BSN from Winston Salem State University, her MSN - Nurse Education from East Carolina University and is currently a candidate for the DNP degree from Gardner-Webb University. Williams’ nursing practice areas are extensive: labor and delivery, pediatrics, neonatal intensive care, postpartum mother/baby, general med-surgical and gynecology. She has also served as a unit-based educator in labor and delivery.

In addition to her work at New Hanover Regional Medical Center, Williams has worked in Pinehurst, N.C., Houston, T.X. and Hawaii. Currently, Williams is teaching clinical students enrolled in the prelicensure maternal health and pediatrics and in the RN-BSN health policy course.


  • DNP candidate, Gardner-Webb University
  • 2015, MSN, Nursing Education Concentration, East Carolina University
  • 1999, BSN, Nursing, Winston-Salem State University
  • 1991, LPN, Richmond Community College

Research Interest(s)

  • Increasing morbidly and mortality in women specifically postpartum complications
  • Reduction of neonatal opioid withdrawal

Community Engagement

  • On NC Perinatal Quality Collaborative Action Team for mothers and infants

View Nina Williams' Curriculum Vitae