Nickey Dubey has more than 25 years of experience in education, business, and industry. She currently serves as the Director of Medical Assisting Program at Washington County Community College in Maine, where she wears many hats serving students and the healthcare community as a liaison between hospitals, medical centers, and the college. She also serves as a Clinical Coordinator managing the placement of clinical students and oversees the college’s health care accreditation affiliation agreements and risk management.
Nickey has a passion for teaching. She teaches a variety of medical courses, both at the community college and the university setting, and has received recognition for excellence in teaching and curriculum development. In her spare time, she works with the two-year college national honor society, Phi Theta Kappa, as an advisor.
Nickey earned a Master’s degree in Business from Husson University. She is a Certified Medical Coder and Registered Medical Assistant. She has also completed training for business and industry including graduate courses in Health Informatics and Nursing. Her interests include encouraging students to give back to their communities and raising awareness about poverty and abuse.