Cheri Goldstein, MSOL, serves as the clinical placement coordinator for Norwich University’s School of Nursing as well as an adjunct professor of philosophy.
She is responsible for placing nursing students into facilities and community settings for all clinical rotations and senior practicums. She earned both bachelor's degree and a master of science in organizational leadership from Norwich and also holds a paralegal certificate from Woodbury College.
Cheri has over three decades of experience applying her professional skills to improve multiple organizations. She has worked in the insurance industry accounting for investments and performing computer programming, the legal and medical fields as a paralegal investigator, and has used her system-design skills to develop computer-aided solutions. She has made it her life’s work to find or create solutions that maintain the ethical integrity of people and organizations. Positions she has held include database administrator, workers’ compensation adjuster, and medical investigator/paralegal in the Office of the Vermont Attorney General.
When not teaching medical ethics or working in the School of Nursing, Cheri can be found with her partner and some of their 11 children tending to the animals and chores on their farm in the hills of central Vermont. They grow their own food supply, both animal and produce–keeping it local, humane and sustainable.
1 (802) 485-2611