Judge Robert Wilmouth
Dr. Robert Wilmouth is the President at Rocky Mountain College, Billings, Montana. He began serving in this position in January 2013. Previously, Dr. Wilmouth served as the Program Director for the Master of Physician Assistant Studies program for four years and as a faculty member for 13 years at RMC.
Dr. Wilmouth earned his bachelor’s of arts degree from the University of Notre Dame in psychology and pre-professional studies. Following college, he worked as a marketing representative for the IBM Corporation in the financial branch in Chicago, Illinois. During this time, he also served as a commissioned officer in the Army Reserves Medical Corps. After receiving his doctor of medicine degree from the University of Illinois, he moved to Billings in 1991 and joined the staff of the Billings Clinic as a cardiothoracic and vascular surgeon. At this time, Dr. Wilmouth became an adjunct professor for the RMC Physician Assistant Studies program, a position he held for 17 years.
Dr. Wilmouth served in numerous leadership positions while at the Billings Clinic, including Chief of Cardiac Services and Medical Director. Due to illness, Dr. Wilmouth retired from practicing in 2004 and subsequently served as a faculty member for the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and as a board member for the Mountain Pacific Quality Health Foundation. These positions afforded him opportunities to work throughout the country as a consultant for the “Saving 5 Million Lives” campaign, in which he worked with hospital trustees on board engagement through executive communication.
Judge Susan Floyd
Susan Floyd attended Helena Vocational Technical School for Practical Nursing in 1979 and graduated from MSU Bozeman in 1985 with her BSN. She graduated from University of Wyoming in 2012 with an MS in Nursing Education.
She has been a nurse for thirty nine years, starting her nursing career at Billings Clinic. She has worked in cardiology, orthopedics, neuro, and resource. Later on, she worked at SVH as a telemedicine nurse and relief at Internal Medicine Associates. In 1990 she started as a faculty member at MSUB and became the nursing director in 2011.
In her various roles, she has had the opportunity to observe nurses in many settings and experiences of life. Nurses are truly caring, kind, hard working, dedicated professionals. It is awesome to help patients progress from low points in their lives to coming out on the other side healthier and more aware of how to stay healthy. It is impossible not to go to a medical facility in the Billings area and not encounter graduates from our program who are exemplary in their profession.
She is proud to have been part of the committee reading about the wonderful things nurses in our community have accomplished.
Susan Floyd MSN RN
City College MSU Billings
Judge Becky Anglin
Becky Anglin MSN, RN is currently the RN to BSN Program Coordinator, Assistant Professor and Healthcare Services Department Chair at MSU B. She has been in the health care field for the last 16 years and spent 12 of those years as a nurse in various positions. For the last 6 years, Becky has been working in nursing education at MSU B. Her love in nursing education has made for a successful 6 years in teaching. She is also currently working on her Doctorate of Nursing Practice in Educational Leadership.