Trevor Murray, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, NI-BC

Regional Director, Community Health & Workforce for the Future
NCAL Regional Patient Care Services and KP Scholars Academy
HeartMath® Certified Trainer
WCSI Caritas Coach®
KP CCEP Faculty

Trevor Murray is the Regional Director for Community Health and Academic Relations with the Kaiser Permanente (KP) Scholars Academy in northern California. Trevor is a Caritas Coach and Certified HeartMath trainer. Trevor joined KP in 2011 and has served in various Patient Care Services (PCS) leadership roles at both local KP facilities and the regional office. Trevor earned a Bachelor of Arts in International and Regional Studies and began his early career focusing on the community development of underserved populations while serving as a volunteer in the U.S. Peace Corps in Bolivia. Trevor was eventually promoted to Peace Corps Volunteer Coordinator and focused his attention on developing relations with new community stakeholders to support site placement of community health and small business development Peace Corps volunteers in the eastern department of Santa Cruz, Bolivia. While working alongside nurses in Bolivia, Trevor made the decision to return to the U.S. to train for a new career in nursing.

While working on his pre-requisite requirements for nursing school, Trevor taught for several years. He served as a Title 21 teacher working with at-risk primary school students in the Santa Clara Unified School district, teaching English as a Second Language at San Jose State University and later teaching transitional English to the children of migrant workers in the Salinas Unified School District. For fun Trevor also taught SCUBA diving and volunteered as a diver at the Monterey Bay Aquarium helping children with disabilities experience the wonders of the aquatic environment.

Trevor graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2006, earned his master’s degree in nursing with a focus in leadership in 2013, and completed his Doctor of Nursing Practice with an emphasis on Executive Leadership (EL DNP) at the University of San Francisco in 2021. Trevor has served as adjunct faculty at Pacific Union College teaching pathophysiology in the department of nursing.

Trevor, his wife and two teenage children reside on a family farm. They enjoy caring for their chickens, goats, lambs, pigeons, ducks, rabbits, guinea hens, dogs, and cats and occasionally SCUBA dive when they get the chance.