is a Wisconsin native and graduate of the School of Nursing at University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wis. Her clinical background includes behavioral health, chemical dependency treatment and school nursing, along with hospital quality assurance, infection control, and utilization review. She currently serve as the Academy of Health Sciences
program coordinator and teaches the upper level AOHS courses. She's a Pikes Peak Community College
nursing adjunct instructor and the CNA coordinator for The college's Falcon Nurse Aide Program. Working in the academic world for 10 years as a Falcon School District 49
school nurse led her to obtain her teaching certification in 2011. She's been an AOHS instructor since then, and became the program coordinator in 2013. Michaels-Lipp says considers herself fortunate to witness, on a daily basis, the passion and commitment of District 49's students as they explore and prepare for careers in healthcare.