Jeanne Potts, WHNP-BC., FNP-C, DNP
Associate Professor
Assistant Director of DNP-FNP Program
Evans Center, room #309D

Jeanne Potts, WHNP-BC. FNP-C


Dr. Jeanne Potts is dual certified as a women’s health nurse practitioner and family nurse practitioner and has over 30 years of clinical practice. She previously taught at Indiana State University at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Graduate level included the family nurse practitioner (FNP) and doctor of nursing practice (DNP) programs. 

Dr. Potts is passionate about cervical cancer screening and the human papillomavirus vaccine (HPV). She has presented at local, regional, state, and national conferences on educating parents on HPV/HPV vaccines and electronic nicotine device effects on adolescents. In addition, she has published articles in The Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice and The Nurse Practitioner. 

Personally, Dr. Potts is married and has three adult children. Her daughter is a physician, son is a PGA golf pro. Her step-son lives in the Florida, where she and her husband often visit. She is an avid dog lover and she and her husband currently own a boxer and chocolate lab who are both one year old.

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