Faculty and Staff
At the Annenberg School of Nursing (ASN), we believe good teachers know more than just the subject matter. They also know their students, how they learn, and effective ways to teach them.
Smart students take the time to get acquainted with their instructors. If they do, they will discover that ASN’s instructors share a number of traits. All are experienced professionals with strong academic backgrounds and advanced degrees. As a team, the faculty has been approved by the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians (BVNPT).
Amandeep Kaur, MSN/Ed, RN, PHN - DirectorAmandeep Kaur brings many years of instructing nursing students and directing a nursing college to her role as Director of the Annenberg School of Nursing. She has been with the Jewish Home for many years serving as an RN Supervisor, and as Clinic Coordinator at the Brandman Centers for Senior Care, the LAJH Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly. Amandeep received her masters of science in nursing and nursing education Magna Cum Laude from University of Phoenix. She also earned a BA-equivalent degree in Mass Communication from Punjab University in India.
David Cooper, LVN, MS, DHM - InstructorDavid Cooper holds a master's degree in Instructional leadership in Educational Administration and a doctorate in Holistic Medicine. He is licensed in vocational nursing, as a California Nursing Home Administrator, and is a former ABHES Evaluator. Cooper served ten years with the United States Army Medical Corps. He also worked as a healthcare administrator, psychiatric rehabilitation facility administrator, public school teacher, and taught at several vocational nursing schools.
Myrna Lovato, LVN – NA InstructorMyrna Lovato is licensed in vocational nursing. Prior to coming to the Annenberg School of Nursing, she worked for the Los Angeles Jewish Home as an LVN/DSD. Myrna started at the Jewish Home in 1977 as a CNA. The Home provided her with the opportunity to obtain her LVN license. Myrna brings a vast knowledge of nursing and nursing skills to the school.
Barbara Noblet, MBA – Financial Aid DirectorBarbara Noblet, the Financial Aid Director for the Annenberg School of Nursing, administers the Federal Student Aid Programs for the Vocational Nursing Program. Barbara works with each student to develop a financial plan for payment of tuition and fees. She has an extensive background in developing and managing healthcare programs and institutions. Her teaching experience includes Health Care Management classes in Administration, Policy and Planning, and Operations Management. Barbara earned a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a Masters in Business Administration from University of California, Los Angeles.