NMNA


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NMNA

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Many of our members have been members for a number of years and it is apparent that we need to encourage our younger nurses to become active in NMNA so they can become a dynamic and powerful voice for nurses in our state.
NMNA works closely with ANA and will continue to collaborate with them as we take advantage of the resources available through our national organization.
To become involved with the New Mexico Nurses Association Government Relations Committee or to participate in the working group planning Capitol Challenge 2015: the RN Day at the Capitol contact NMNA at: (505) 471-3324 or email: dwalker@nmna.
There were two open positions for the NMNA Board of Directors and the results of the election are: Andrew Vick MSN, RN of Orogrande and Monique Keulen-Nolet MSN, C-FNP, RN of Albuquerque were elected to serve two year terms as Directors.
They join Lauri Lineweaver PhD(c), MSN, RN and Gloria Doherty MSN, RN, ACNP of Albuquerque to set NMNA priorities and direction.
As the outgoing NMNA Secretary/Treasurer he feels well positioned to serve on the NMNA Board of Directors.
NMNA was fortunate to have very strong candidates step forward to commit to serve on the 2014 Nominating committee.
By using NMNA for approval of your individual CNE activity, or becoming an approved provider by NMNA, you are:
I am pleased to be able to take this opportunity to let you know that on May 1, my anniversary at NMNA, I retired.
director of State Government Affairs with Carrie Roberts, NMNA E.
Linda Siegle discusses all the bills that NMNA is watching during the legislative process.
From Left: Sheena Ferguson, CNO of UNMHospitals; Katrina Nardini, CNM, CNP; Gloria Doherty, ACNP, NMNA Board VP; Julianna Koob, lobbyist for CRNAs; Linda Siegle, lobbyist for NMNA, CNMs; Senator Howie C.