Learn more about Courtney Vose, who will be leading Tipton’s Webinar, Nursing Leadership’s Role in Emergency Response Planning: Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 CrisisClick here to register. 

Courtney Vose is the vice president and chief nursing officer of nursing and patient care services at NewYork-Presbyterian (NYP)/Columbia University Medical Center, NYP/Allen and the NYP/Ambulatory Care Network. She also holds the title of clinical instructor at the Columbia University School of Nursing. During her impressive career, Courtney has remained involved within her nursing community. 

Currently, Courtney is an active member of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing and Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society in Business Administration. She is the president ex-officio and past treasurer of the Pennsylvania Eastern Regional Organization of Nurse Leaders, and she completed a two-year term on the board of directors of the Pennsylvania Organization of Nurse Leaders. Courtney recently served as the co-chair of the education committee for the New York Organization of Nurse Executives and Leaders, where she also served ex-officio on their board of directors. 

Recently, she was elected to the Capital Blue Cross board of directors. She serves as a leadership and research preceptor to nurses at numerous universities including New York University and Columbia University. She has advanced nursing practice through numerous publications as well as oral and poster presentations at regional and national meetings.   

Courtney received her bachelor of science degree in nursing from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She received her master of science degree in nursing and became a certified registered nurse practitioner at Temple University. She has successfully completed the Penn State University Leadership Course and the Wharton Nursing Leaders Program at the University of Pennsylvania. Courtney earned her master of business administration degree at DeSales University, where she also obtained her doctor of nursing practice in executive leadership in June 2016.