Ife Muyiwa-Ojo, DNP, MSN-Ed, MBA, NP-C, CCRN, CNE
Assistant Professor and Nurse Practictioner
DNP: Grand Canyon University
AGNP: Maryville University
MBA: Western Govenor's University
MSN-Ed: Western Governor's University
BSN: Western Governor's University
Before going into the medical field, Ife was an information technology engineer with more than 20 years of tutoring, hardware and network engineering and database management experience. He worked with various national and international corporations, including a major internet backbone based in Atlanta Georgia.
Ife received both his Bachelor’s in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing Education from Western Governor’s University and continued to complete his Master’s in Business Administration with the same institution. He also received his Nurse Practitioner (AGNP) degree from Maryville University and a Doctorate in Nursing Practice (DNP) from Grand Canyon University. Ife has a robust practice experience in various fields, including medical-surgical, psychiatry, telemetry and critical care. As a nursing educator, he has taught in medical surgical, health assessments, diverse populations/psychiatry, leadership and informatics/evidence-based practice both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. He serves as a member of the DNP curriculum committee, Academic Affairs Committee, Chair of the BSN-RN Adhoc Committee and Chair of the College Assembly Committee. Ife also devotes his passion for student development to improving diversity, equity and inclusion in nursing education, especially for racial and gender minorities. He leads the college’s Men Engaged in Nursing organization (M.E.N.) that seeks to improve the inclusion of men in the nursing profession. He recently presented at the 2021 American Association of Colleges of Nursing’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion summit.