Contact the Nursing Program

For questions about the OSUIT Nursing Program or enrollment assistance, please contact Donna Prior at 918-293-5337 or email:

OSUIT Nursing is located in the Nursing & Health Sciences Center on West 2nd Street of the OSUIT campus.

Mailing address: 
Nursing Program
OSU Institute of Technology
1801 East 4th Street
Okmulgee, OK 74447-3901

Donna PriorDonna Prior
Student Success and Career Advisor


The faculty of the OSUIT Nursing Program are highly experienced Registered Nurses and Nursing Educators who have worked in a variety of healthcare settings and now bring their expertise into the classroom every day.  The depth of their skills, their dedication, and the extent of their experience helps to prepare our students to enter into the rewarding and challenging profession of nursing.  It is the goal of our faculty to instill the passion, desire, and dedication it will take to be the next generation of outstanding nurses!

Jodi Campbell, MS, RN

Jodi Campbell serves as the Director of Nursing at OSU Institute of Technology.

Jodi began her nursing career as an honors graduate from the University of Tulsa in 1997. Her nursing experience includes a variety of acute/adult healthcare with an emphasis on critical care. Jodi also worked as a hospital educator and a nurse manager prior to shifting her career towards Nursing Education.

After working several years as a bedside RN, Jodi obtained her Master of Science in Nursing Education degree from the University of Oklahoma. She began her career in nursing education as an instructor and then Director of a practical nursing program before joining the OSUIT faculty in 2011.

Prior to serving as the Director of Nursing at OSUIT, Jodi taught Nursing Care of Adults I and II and LPN to RN Transition. In addition to her duties as the Director, Jodi continues to teach Introduction to Nutrition and Nursing Capstone and coordinates NCLEX-RN preparation for the senior nursing students.

LaTasha Antwine, MS, RN

Latasha Antwine began her nursing education at Langston University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree in 2003. In 2017, she graduated from Southern Nazarene University and received a Master of Science in Nursing Education degree. Her nursing career has been supported by 17 years of professional nursing experience in the hospital and community settings: medical surgical nursing, mental health, home health, case management, operating room, rehabilitation, long-term care, quality improvement, infection control and nursing education. Tasha’s first nursing education position was at OSUIT in 2010 teaching first semester RN students. Other nursing education experiences involved teaching trauma-informed, crisis management communication skills to nurses working with high-risk patients. Presently, she teaches theory and clinical for Nursing Care of Families, focusing on mental health and pediatric nursing, for OSUIT second semester nursing students. Tasha’s passion involves empowering aspiring nursing students to provide compassionate, ethical, informed, evidence-based nursing care to all patients and families.


Kathryn Bible, MS, RN

Simulation Lab Coordinator

Kathryn graduated from Bacone College with an Associate in Applied Science degree in Nursing. Oklahoma Wesleyan University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and the University of Oklahoma with a Master of Science in Nursing Education. Her nursing experience includes medical/surgical, oncology, operating room, and maternal child nursing. Her nursing education experience began in 2003 as a clinical instructor. She began full-time nursing education in 2009 and eventually became Chair of Nursing for an Associate and Bachelor degree program. She joined the OSUIT Nursing faculty in 2013 as an instructor for the first semester nursing courses: Foundations of Nursing Practice and Nursing Dosage Calculation. Currently she is the Simulation Lab Coordinator and coordinates the Skills and Simulation Lab experiences for the OSUIT nursing students. 

Sandra Clark, BSN, RN

Nursing Instructor


Charlie Johnson MSN, RN

Nursing Instructor

Ms. Johnson began her nursing career in her teens working as a Nurse Aide in a nursing home. She then attended nursing school and graduated from Rogers State College with an Associate Degree in Nursing, Oklahoma Wesleyan University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and Walden University with a Master of Science in Nursing Education. Her nursing experience includes Director of Nursing for nursing homes, perioperative nursing, medical-surgical nursing, cardiopulmonary/renal nursing, ortho/neuro/ENT nursing and working for OBGYN and Orthopedic physicians, and various leadership and consulting positions in differing healthcare settings.

She began her full-time nursing education career in 2010 and joined the OSUIT Nursing faculty in 2021 as an adjunct clinical instructor. She then became a fulltime instructor for OSUIT in 2022 for fourth semester Adult II. Additionally, Ms. Johnson continues to teach various clinical assignments.  

Nancy Johnsey, MSN, RN

Nursing Instructor

Nancy graduated from Connors State College with an associate in applied science degree in Nursing in 1999. She continued her education with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Oklahoma in 2000, and in 2013 obtained her Master of Science in Nursing Education also from the University of Oklahoma. Nancy’s nursing experience includes Labor and Delivery, Post Partum, Nursery, and Pediatrics for most of her bedside nursing career. She has also worked in Public Health Nursing, Rehab Nursing, and Nursing Administration as a Project Coordinator and a Patient Safety Officer.

Nancy began her nursing education experience in 2003 as an adjunct instructor teaching Medical Terminology. She began full-time nursing education in 2013 teaching Maternal/Child and Med/Surg. She began teaching at Northeastern State University in the BSN program in 2018 where she continues to teach as an adjunct faculty. She joined the OSUIT Nursing faculty in 2021 as an instructor in the third semester: Adult I. She continues to teach in third semester and also teaches in the LPN to RN Bridge Program.

Marion McGehee, MSN, RN

Marion graduated from Oklahoma City Community College with an Associate in Applied Science degree, University of Phoenix with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and Master of Science Nursing degree with emphasis on nurse education from Western Governors’ University. Her nursing experience includes Cardiac Intensive Care, Post Critical Care, Cardiac Outpatient Testing, Home Health, and nursing education in both practical nurse and associate degree registered nurse levels. She currently teaches Medical-Surgical Nursing for Adults I, Pharmacology in Nursing, and Disease and Diagnostic Methods.


April Taylor, MSN, RN