Dr. Mosley is a retired, after 45 years in nursing, Professor and Dean of the College of Health Sciences (CHS) at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith (UAFS) 2006-2019 where she was instrumental in securing millions of dollars for scholarships, endowed ...Read more
Dr. Mosley is a retired, after 45 years in nursing, Professor and Dean of the College of Health Sciences (CHS) at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith (UAFS) 2006-2019 where she was instrumental in securing millions of dollars for scholarships, endowed professorships, a simulation lab and establishing many healthcare programs that received state and national acclaim. She also initiated the university’s first student health and counseling clinic. Dr. Mosley was also instrumental in UAFS achieving graduate status and the university’s first master’s degree was offered from the CHS. Dr. Mosley has an abundance of educational and clinical experiences, community service activities and numerous recognitions and honors. She is a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN) and is a Fellow in the Academy of Nursing Education (ANEF). She has been honored as a “Woman of Distinction” by the Girl Scouts and as an Arkansas Diamond by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.
Dr. Mosley has also been inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Louisiana State Nurses Association, has served as a Human Rights Expert to the International Council of Nursing; is recognized as one of the top 100 distinguished alumni of Texas Woman’s University; is a recipient of the Rosalyn Carter Caregiving Award, the Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow Award and the National Trio Achiever Award. Dr. Mosley has written more than 200 articles for a weekly health column in New Orleans, Louisiana, has authored professional articles and book chapters, and has served on numerous editorial boards and has served on the Nursing Education Perspectives editorial board of the National League for Nursing for more thatn 10 years. She has held numerous leadership positions including serving as 17th national president of Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Incorporated, a professional nursing organization. She has also served concurrently as president of two organizations, Epsilon Nu Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society for Nurses and the Louisiana League for Nursing, a constituent of the National League for Nurses.
In the short time that Dr. Mosley has been in Arkansas she has served as a member on numerous boards and organizations in the community. She has served as Chairperson of Sparks Regional Medical Center Investigational Review Board for more than six years and is currently President of the Board of Directors and the Director of Financial Management at St. James Missionary Baptist Church. Dr. Mosley also currently serves as President of the Sparks Regional Medical Center Board of Directors (now Baptist Health Community Advisory Board), serves on the Baptist Health Corporate Board, Court Appointed Special Advocates, Mercy’s Christus Dubuis Board, and was a board member of Girls Incorporated of Fort Smith. Dr. Mosley was a member of the Fort Smith Arkansas Chamber of Commerce Health Committee, was a member of the Board of Directors of the Arkansas Reynolds Cancer Support Center, has served as vice chair of Sparks Regional Medical Center Board of Directors, and as a past president and vice president of the Board of Directors of the Good Samaritan Health Clinic. Dr. Mosley has served three two-year terms, appointed by then Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe, as a commissioner to the Arkansas Minority Health Commission, where she also served as secretary and chaired the Planning and Review Committee for this Commission. Dr. Mosley has been recognized in two separate copies of the United States Senate Congressional Record by the Honorable Senators John Bozeman and Blanche Lincoln for outstanding public service. She is also the immediate past President of the Fort Smith Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated.Read Less