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New UWAANC officer board excited to build on previous boards' exceptional work
The Nursing Chapter of the UW Alumni Association is gearing up for a productive year.
Two new board members met with a representative from the UW Alumni Association on
January 9, and the full new board met this week with outgoing officers President Dani
Johnson and VP Samantha Baker, plotting out the exciting year ahead.
New Co-Presidents: Holly Miller and Jenna (Woodard) Hluwood
New Co-Vice Presidents: Jeanine Niemoller and Sarah (Boyer) Shindler
New Co-Secretaries: Linda Williams and Grace (Newman) Rhodes
Our overall purpose.
.says Co-President Holly Miller, "is to support, involve, and mentor our alumni and current students. Networking with alumni and students is vital. We will be planning activities such as career speed mentoring, meet and greet reception, mentoring award, resume reviews, NCLEX Tips, and our new capstone mentoring. New events are being planned in addition to current activities. We want to get as many students and alumni involved as possible and are open to any thoughts and ideas."
Discounted rates for nursing UWAA members!
The UW Alumni Association has graciously discounted the dues for our Nursing Chapter members. The annual fee is currently $35 for nursing alumni, "and this buys you a membership to the Nursing Chapter," says Miller, "as well as the UW Alumni Association (UWAA) with all of its wonderful benefits. Please consider joining – an easy task!"
Go to http://wyoalumni.uwyo.edu/uwaanurse - which takes you to the UWAA nursing membership page. You’ll see a brown block in
the lower left that says “Purchase>>” – click there, fill out the very simple form
to either pay an annual fee for membership in nursing (and UWAA) or choose one of
two options for paying a life membership.
Miller adds, "If you have questions or ideas for our UWAA Nursing Chapter, we would love to hear about them! Please email email@example.com."
Article posted 01/18/2019