Director, Primary and Joint Accreditation
American Nurses Credentialing Center
Silver Spring , Maryland
Jennifer Graebe has a professional nursing career spanning 20 years and has a wealth of education and clinical experience. Jennifer received master of nursing in leadership and health systems management from Drexel University, her baccalaureate degree in nursing from Villanova University; and a certificate in healthcare management, accounting and economics from Johns Hopkins University. Jennifer holds the ANCC Nurse Executive Advanced – Board Certification. In August of 2015, Jennifer joined the American Nurses Enterprise in their subsidiary the American Nurses Credentialing Center as the Senior Operations Manager of Primary and Joint Accreditation. In October of 2017, Jennifer was promoted to role of Director of Primary and Joint Accreditation. In this role Jennifer is responsible for the daily operations of over 450 accredited organizations that provide and/or approve continuing nursing education and interprofessional continuing education. Prior to her role at the ANCC, Jennifer has held roles in leadership at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital as the Clinical Educator in the Emergency Department (ED) at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital and more recently as the Clinical Manager. While at MGUH, Jennifer was recognized as Nurse Leader of the Year (2014) and Nurse of the Year in Nursing Education (2010). Jennifer also holds instructor certificates in basic and advanced cardiac life support and has presented at conferences for IAFN and ANPD. Jennifer has experience in the provision of IPCE in leadership and human trafficking. Until recently, Jennifer continued to work with patients clinically in the Emergency Department and teach courses on High Reliability Organizations and Medication Safety.
Monday, January 22
1:30 PM – 2:30 PM