Maureen Hudgens, MSN, BSN

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Maureen Hudgens

The College of Nursing welcomed Maureen Hudgens as an assistant professor of nursing in 2022. It marked a move to a full-time position after she worked on an adjunct basis during the 2021-22 academic year, during which she specialized as a clinical instructor in acute care. She previously taught at Concordia University in Portland from 2019 to 2021, also teaching acute care.

Maureen has also gained three years of clinical experience working at Kaiser Permanente’s Sunnyside Medical Center in a cardiac progressive care unit position. She worked previously as a relief charge nurse in the Neurosurgery Progressive Care Unit at the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Fontana, California (2014-19). In all, she has 15 years of experience in the nursing profession. Her areas of expertise include med-surg, telemetry, neuro and cardiac progressive care.

Maureen earned a master’s degree in nursing education (2018) and a bachelor’s degree in nursing (2014), both from Western Governors University. She lives in Aloha with husband Jonathan and their four kids – Trinity, Jonathan, Joshua and Faith – and two grandsons, Aiden and Ezekiel. They attend Calvary Chapel in Hillsboro. Maureen enjoys spending time with family, puzzles and being involved at church.


  • BSN, nursing – Western Governors University
  • BSN, nursing – Western Governors University