Mamie  Montague, PhD, FNP-BC, CNE, FAAN

Director and Professor, Nursing



University of Tennessee, Memphis, TN
Family Nurse Practitioner
Postgraduate Certificate


University of Maryland College Park, Maryland
Education, Policy, Planning, and Administration
Degree: Ph.D.

The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
Major: Medical Surgical Nursing
Degree: MSN (Master of Science in Nursing)

Howard University, Washington, DC
Major: Adult Education

Howard University, Washington, DC
Community Alcoholism Studies


Georgetown University
Washington, DC
Intensive Medical Bioethics Course

Dillard University, New Orleans, LA
Major: Nursing
Degree: BSN

Licensure information/Registration

D.C. License RN30305
MD. License R075702
FNP-BC DC Advanced Practice Registered Nurse RN30305
DEA Registration # MM1032971
NPI Number 14277239243
DC Medicaid Provider # 034845700
NLN Academic Nurse Educator Certification NLN357310
ANCC FNP Certification # 0321184                                                                                                                            


Academic and Research Activities

Served as a reviewer and evaluator for the Secretary’s (Health and Human Service) award in Health Promotion and Prevention, a Healthy People 2010 Initiative. Reviewed 17 proposals. Spring 2002.

Attended Grant Writing Workshop for Health  Promotion and Disease  Prevention, Institute for College Research Development and Support for(NAFEO)National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education. Spring 2002.




Guerrier-Adams, S., Lake, R.L. & Montague, MC.  (2000).  Self-care among black diabetics.  Journal of Chi Eta Phi Sorority (JOCEPS) 47 (1), 19-22.   (Research-Refereed))


Montague, M.C. & Guerrier-Adams, S. (2001). Relationship of psychosocial variables and functional status in adults with diabetes mellitus.  Minority Health Today, 2 (2), 9-16. (Research-Refereed). Lead Article.

 Montague, M.C., (Sept/Oct. 2002). Psychosocial and functional outcomes in African Americans with diabetes mellitus. The Journal of the Association of Black Nursing Faculty (ABNF) 13 (5), 103- 109. (Research –Refereed).

Montague, M.C.  (December 2002).  Identifying and treating African Americans with diabetes and low literacy. Practical Diabetology, 21 (14), 7-13   (Research/Practice - Refereed).  Lead article.


Montague, M.C., Okoli, A., Guerrier-Adams, S. (Spring 2003).  Functional health literacy in African Americans with diabetes mellitus.  Journal of Chi Eta Phi Sorority, JOCEPS, 49 (1), 16-20.  (Research - Refereed).


Montague, M.C. (May/June 2003). The physiology of obesity, The ABNF Journal, 14(3), 56-60. (Lead Article-Review).


Montague, M.C.&  Broadnax, Pier A. (July 2004).  Health consequences of overweight and obesity, Journal of the National Black Nurses Association, 15(1), 24-31.


Montague, M.C., Nichols, S. & Dutta, A., (September/October 2005) “Self Management in African American Women with Diabetes. Journal of American Association of Diabetes Educators, 31(5), 700-710. Research-Refereed.


Montague, M.C. Harkins, D. Thompson, C. & Jackson, M. (July 2012). Best Practices for Faith-Based Community Education and Outreach. In Revision.


Montague, M.C. (2006).  Self Management often below target in black women with diabetes, Endocrinology Today, 4(1), 9.


Montague, M.C., Okunji, P. Harris, C., & Waters, C. (August 2012).  Evidence Based Management of Diabetes Across the Lifespan, The American Journal of Nurse Practitioners.  In Review.