Maribeth Massie is the Program Director and Assistant Professor in the Columbia University School of Nursing Nurse Anesthesia program.
Dr. Massie has been in nursing and nurse anesthesia clinical practice for 36 years. She has graduated over 700 students as a nurse anesthesia educator and administrator, implemented the transition to the DNP program in nurse anesthesia at Columbia, and has been a leader, speaker, and committee member on the state and national level since 1998. She was AANA Treasurer in FY20 and AANA Region 1 Director FY17-19. Her passion is ensuring diverse nursing/nurse anesthesia graduates that mirror our population. She was chosen as a Fellow of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists in the inaugural 2021 cohort and recently selected as an AACN Emerging Leader in Academic Nursing Fellow for the 2022-2023 cohort.
Dr. Massie completed her Ph.D. in Health-Related Sciences from Virginia Commonwealth University (2017) with a focus on anesthesia workforce and healthcare economics, an MS in nurse anesthesia from Columbia University (1998), and a BSN from The Ohio State University (1986). Her clinical practice is at Intermed ASC in Portland, Maine and she previously worked as a pediatric CRNA and Director of Clinical Education at The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
PhD, MS, CRNA, FAANA
Program Director/Assistant Professor