Stahl has built her career as a nurse for 39 years and a Neonatal Nurse
Practitioner for 29 of those years. She received her MSN/NNP at the University
of Colorado Health Science Center and her ASN (1984), BSN (1986) at the
University of Nebraska, College of Nursing.
was employed by Vanderbilt University Neonatology, working as a NNP in a level
II NICU autonomously an attending high-risk deliveries. She served 2 elected
terms on the National Association of Neonatal Nurse Practitioners (NANNP)
Council, writing many policies, papers, and recommendations. She wrote the text
book chapter on Case Based Learning: Pathophysiology of the Newborn which
showcases 5 case studies on HEENT of the neonate. Roxanne attended the Nurses
in Washington Internship (NIWI) and lobbied on Capitol Hill for neonates and
advanced practice authority. She is active in nursing organizations such as:
AANP, NANN, ANA, TNA, KNA, Sigma Theta Tau and Medical Reserve Corps. She
taught in the MSN NNP program at Vanderbilt University School of Nursing for 4 years
and has mentored thousands of nurses and NNPs. She volunteers her time to teach
HC nursing students their neonatal didactic biannually.
married and has a 17 acre horse property in Kentucky. You can find her riding
horses almost every day, usually to ride with other nurses, or traveling
internationally to ride in foreign countries. Her husband is a videographer and
owner of CCPROVideo. They have 2 daughters, Devan Stahl who is faculty PHD of
Healthcare Ethics at Baylor University and Darian Stahl who is in her
postdoctoral fellowship as a PHD Arts and Humanities printmaker in Kelowna
British Columbia Canada. They have 3 young grandchildren.