Katrina Little, M.S.N., RN, is a faculty lecturer in the Department of Nursing (College of Professional Studies) at MSU Denver. Her areas of focus are education and health promotion among child-bearing and breastfeeding women and their families in underrepresented populations.
Little has 15 years as a Registered Nurse specializing in inpatient obstetrics and caring and sharing in the low- to high-risk birth experiences and community health across the states of Texas, California and Colorado. She has over eight years of experience teaching as an affiliate faculty and full-time faculty member.
Little served as clinical affilate faculty at the University of Colorado School of Nursing before joining MSU Denver in 2013. After serving the community as a school nurse in Denver Public Schools, she transitioned to a full-time faculty at MSU Denver in 2017.
She has held a variety of leadership roles in the community and professionally. Little is a member of the Association for Women’s Health, Obstetrics and Neonatal Nurses, founder and managing director of A Mother’s Serenity-RN, a member of Colorado Black Nurses Association, a Legal Nurse Consultant and a Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence Mentor.
Little received her Master of Science in nursing with a specialty in nursing education from Purdue University Online (formerly Kaplan University) in 2013 and a Bachelor of Science in nursing from Texas Christian University in 2003. She is a Registered Nurse in Colorado and California.