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2020-2021 Board Vacanies

Posted 3 months ago by Nancy Uhland

Dear NPADC members, 

2020 is truly the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife.  We are all witnessing the brave and meaningful work healthcare providers all around the world are doing, and we are proud to be nurses!

The NPADC will begin conducting elections for the upcoming 2020-2021 year.  Below, please find the vacant positions, along with a brief description:

President-Elect:  The President-Elect shall be elected each year, and the person elected shall serve a three-year term. The first year of the term will be served as President-Elect, the second year of the term will be served as President, and the third year of the term will be served as Immediate Past-President. Duties include presiding in the absence of the President, representing the NPADC upon request of the President, and assisting the President with member meetings.  Attends board meetings.

Student Representative:  Elected for a one-year term. The student representative will be an RN enrolled in an NP program.  Duties include assisting the NPADC Board members in activities under the discretion of the Board, but primarily assisting with membership meetings, namely publicizing meetings to DC NP programs.  Attends board meetings.

If interested in serving,  please email Nancy Uhland at thenpadc@gmail.com by Friday, May 1, 2020.  Please provide a brief statement on your interest and qualifications to be entered onto the ballot.  Elections will take place the week of May 4, 2020, and new Board members will be announced at our May 14th member meeting.  

Our 2019-2020 season will be wrapping up with our annual legislative meeting on Thursday, May 14th.  Please stay tuned for more details as we will be planning a virtual meeting to include an opportunity to earn CEUs.  We miss seeing our members in person, but until we get on the other side of this public health crisis, we are grateful for technology!

Remember:  Staying Home Saves Lives

NPADC Board Members

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