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Monee’ Carter-Griffin, DNP, MAOL, APRN, ACNP-BC, is a collaborative and innovative leader with a passion for nurse practitioner education in the academic and practice setting. With over a decade of experience, she currently holds the esteemed position of Director of Education & Professional Development at Exceed Healthcare/Dallas Pulmonary & Critical Care.

In her multifaceted career, Monee has held pivotal roles in higher education, serving as the Associate Chair for Advanced Practice Nursing, Director of the AG-ACNP Track, and Clinical Assistant Professor in both the AGACNP and DNP programs. Her commitment to education is complemented by her clinical practice as a pulmonary critical care nurse practitioner, a role she has proficiently performed for over 10 years. In her current role as the Director of Education & Professional Development, Monee is responsible for developing training services and professional development programs designed to enhance the knowledge, skills, and abilities of APPs within her organization. Notable accomplishments include leading a nine-month critical care APP fellowship, initiating a leadership development program for APP and physician leaders, and obtaining approved provider unit status for nursing continuing professional development, enabling her to award contact hours for APRN education.

Monee is actively involved in the APRN profession. Within Texas Nurse Practitioners (TNP), she serves as the Chair for the DEIB Special Interest Group, leads the Continuing Education Program Approval Council, and acts as a Legislative Ambassador for HD 92. Her contributions extend to national educational content development, journal reviewing, and appraising for ANCC’s Advanced Practice Provider Fellowship

Accreditation (APPFA) and Nursing Continuing Professional Development (NCPD). Previously, she has served on committees for NONPF and the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) and has authored multiple book chapters for APRN text.

Beyond her impressive academic and professional pursuits, she maintains a strong clinical interest in pulmonary disorders, health policy, leadership development, transition to practice, and health equity awareness. Her academic journey includes a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Baylor University, a Master of Science in Nursing, and a Doctor of Nursing Practice from UTA, as well as a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership from Concordia University Irvine. Currently, she is advancing her knowledge base with an MBA concentration in HR from UTA and working towards a professional coaching credential.