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AONL 2020 Board Election

 

Beginning Sept. 3 AONL members will vote for a new president-elect and board of director positions for regions 5, 7 and 9. AONL members may vote for a candidate for each office regardless of the region where they reside. 

2020 AONL Board Elected Board Officials

President-elect
Erik Martin, DNP, RN

Vice president of patient care services and chief nursing officer, Norton Children’s Hospital, Louisville, Ky.

 

Region 5
Susan Rees, DNP, RN

Vice president, chief nursing officer-inpatient, UW Health, New Glarus, Wis.

 

Region 7
Pamela Bradshaw, DNP, RN

Vice president, chief operating and chief nursing officer, Shannon Health, San Angelo, Texas

 

Region 9
Jerome Mendóza Dayao, MSN, RN

Senior associate administrator of patient care services and chief nursing officer, University of Washington Medicine Harborview Medical Center, Seattle.

 

Appointed Board Member
M. Jay Maningo-Salinas, PhD, RN, NE-BC

Nurse administrator, Mayo Clinic Arizona, Phoenix

 

Appointed Board Member
Joy Parchment, PhD, RN

System director of the Magnet program, Orlando Health, Orlando, Fla.

 

Important Dates

President-Elect - Application closed

President-elect have the responsibility in participating in the development of the strategic plan to meet the organization’s vision, mission and goals, assisting in the appointment of members of committees, commissions and task forces and representing AONL on the Tri-Council for Nursing. Read the nomination criteria and fact sheet.

Regional Board Members - Application closed

Regional board members have the responsibility in engaging affiliate leaders from each state in your region to ensure their understanding of the board member’s role as related to AONL and to direct them to supportive resources and acting in the interest of AONL’s membership. Read the nomination criteria and fact sheet.

AONL’s Nominating Committee will present a candidate slate for approval by the AONL Board in July. Please contact Jo Ann Webb at (202) 626-2321 with questions about the nomination process.