Nicole Winget

Assistant Dean of Student Life & Support, Site Supervisor
Fort Bragg & Pope Campus
Adult & Online Education
Adjunct Professor of Homeland Security and Criminal Justice
Homeland Security and Criminal Justice
College of Arts & Sciences
Office Location:
Fort Bragg Campus

Biography

Nicole M. Winget is the Assistant Dean for Student Life and Support for Adult and Online Education and the Fort Bragg & Pope Campus site supervisor. She is also an instructor in the Homeland Security and Criminal Justice programs at Campbell University. Since joining Campbell in the spring of 2015, she has been an active member of the Campbell family and serves in additional roles such as mock trial coach and fitness instructor. She is on the boards of the Fayetteville Military Affairs Council, the Council for Military and College Educators, the Southeast Council for Military education, and the National Association of Institutions for Military Education Services.

She graduated from Ohio Northern University College of Law in 2009 and practiced law in Ohio, focusing on Criminal Defense and Trial Advocacy. While a lawyer, Nicole also taught at Ohio Northern University, Ohio State University, and Rhodes State College. She is active as a mock trial coach, coaching both high school and college-level mock trial teams, and currently leads the Campbell University and Unity mock trial teams.

Nicole has been a member of the United States Navy for fourteen years (and counting). She started as an Enlisted Information Technology Specialist and has completed tours in Kuwait and Afghanistan. She is now a Lieutenant Commander, assigned to the Office of Naval Intelligence. Her awards include the Joint Service Accommodation Medal and the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal.

Outside of work, she the VP of Communications for the Veterans Organization Operation Enduring Warrior, on the International Executive Board of Phi Alpha Delta, and an endurance event competitor.