ANA-PAC

ANA-PAC

 
the political action committee of the American Nurses' Association.
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ANA-PAC works to ensure that nursing's perspective is considered in policy decisions made on Capitol Hill.
Society members who are chosen by the ANA-PAC Board of Trustees (ANA-PAC BOT) show extraordinary political talent and skill, and recognize the important connection between nursing, policy, political participation and the ANA-PAC.
If you have any questions about this process, please be in touch with the ANA-PAC.
Additionally, the ANA-PAC hosted several activities, including a reception and fund-raising event featuring the Capitol Steps June 28.
She remains a member of the MONA-PAC and was recently appointed Treasurer of the ANA-PAC.
She has been a member of ANA-PAC for more than 20 years and a nurse practitioner since 1974.
Some TNA APN listserv participants vehemently linked their objections to TNA membership to objections about the work of TN-PAC and ANA-PAC. A bit of information is a good starting point for this discussion.
In addition, she has served on the boards of ANA, the American Nurses Credentialing Center, and the ANA-PAC.
ANA-PAC celebrated a successful House of Delegates raising nearly $37,000 through a variety of events.
Now the 30th largest of the nation's 4,000 PACs, and the third largest health-related PAC, ANA-PAC tripled the size of its donor base (from 8000 to 27,000) and total contributions (from $330,000 to over $1 million) during the 1993-94 election cycle.
Former Missouri State Representative Jan Polizzi, RN has been elected as Treasurer to the American Nurses Association Political Action Committee (ANA-PAC) Board of Trustees for the 2013-2015 term.
She coordinates the work of the ANA-PAC which provides funding for candidates running for political office on the federal level and N-STAT which is ANA's grassroots program as well as its State Government Affairs program which serves as a resource and provides strategy to ANA's state nurse associations on state legislation.