College of Health and Human Sciences
School of Health Sciences
Dr. Wilson became a paramedic in July 1998. She worked for Spartanburg EMS, a division of Spartanburg Medical Center, in Spartanburg, SC from September 1998 until August 2011 as a full time paramedic. She continues as a part time paramedic presently. She has served the EMC program at WCU as a full time faculty member since August 2011. She is currently the Clinical Education Coordinator for the EMC program and has held that position since May 2015. Dr. Wilson holds a BS in Chemistry from Erskine College ('94), an MHS from Western Carolina University ('08), and an Ed.D in E Learning from Northcentral University ('18). She resides in Gaffney, SC with her husband and daughter.
Dr. Wilson currently teaches the clinical courses in the EMC program as well as Medical Emergencies and the Maternal, Pediatric Emergencies lecture and lab courses.
Dr. Wilson's research interests include women's issues in EMS, mental health issues in First Responders, and clinical education for paramedics.