Judy Anderson

About Me

I “immigrated” to Washington State in my early 20’s from the state of North Dakota, and have never regretted moving to the green state of Washington. My nursing career has been almost exclusively pediatric focused in practice, employed at Seattle Children’s Hospital. I grew up in a Christian home, and came to my faith in the Lord Jesus Christ at an early age. I have attended an Assembly of God denomination church all of my life. In 2008-2009, the Lord began moving me toward an education focus in nursing. I always have loved teaching patients and families, and working with students and new employees. I am now able to use my passion for nursing and my love of teaching together to work with students and equip them with the nursing skills and critical thinking skills they need to become nurses.

Personal Information

I am married, and my husband and I are active in our church, Shoreline Community Church. We have two busy teenage daughters.


2012  Masters Degree in Nursing, University of Washington, Bothell, WA.

1983  Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing, Jamestown College, Jamestown, ND.

Professional Licensure & Certification

1983-Present       Registered Nurse, State of Washington

Professional Organizations

2012-Present      Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing

Professional Nursing Experience

2012-Present     Assistant Professor, Northwest University-Buntain School of Nursing, Kirkland, WA.

2009-2012          Adjunct Professor/Clinical Instructor, Northwest University-Buntain School of Nursing, Kirkand, WA.

1985-Present     Registered Staff Nurse, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Seattle, WA.Units I have worked on: Infant Med-Surg Inpatient Unit, Surgical Inpatient Unit, General Surgery Outpatient Clinic, Children’s Consulting Nurses Unit.

1983-1985          Registered Staff Nurse, Central Washington Hospital, Wenatchee, WA.

Current Courses:

NURS 4352: Pediatric Nursing
NURS 4932: Pediatric Nursing: Therapeutic Interventions (Clinicals)
NURS 4973: Focused Senior Nursing Practice
NURS 3956: Therapeutic Interventions II (Simulation Clinicals)


Buntain School of Nursing Evaluation and Curriculum Committee


Travelling, flowers and gardening, walking and hiking, music, playing piano, photography, and scrapbooking. (With a busy schedule, I don’t always have time to do some of these activities.)