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CNA/NNU 101 2016 edition

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Page 19 of 19 The Best Healthcare Resource for RNs on the Web. Subscribe to the CNA/NNU RN E-Alert to get email updates on critical issues affecting your practice and your patients. Sign up today! Board of Directors 2014– 2017 Deborah Burger, RN, Council of Presidents, Kaiser Santa Rosa • Zenei Triunfo- Cortez, RN, Council of Presidents, Kaiser South San Francisco • Malinda Markowitz, RN, Council of Presidents, Good Samaritan Hospital • Cokie Giles, RN, Council of Presidents, Eastern Maine Medical Center • Martha Kuhl, RN, Treasurer, Children's Hospital of Oakland • Margie Keenan, Secretary, Long Beach Memorial Medical Center • Martese Chism, RN, Stroger Hospital of Cook County Health and Hospitals System • Fong Chuu, RN, UCLA Westwood • Debbie Cuaresma, RN, St. Vincent Medical Center • Kathy Dennis, RN, Mercy General Hospital • Kathy Donohue, RN, Kaiser Oakland • Maureen Dugan, RN, University of California San Francisco • Patty Esteves, RN, Kaiser San Jose • Allen Fitzpatrick, RN, St. Mary's Medical Center San Francisco • Amy Glass, RN, Kaiser Modesto • Lauri Hoagland, RN, Kaiser Napa • Cathy Kennedy, RN, Kaiser Roseville • Carol Koelle, RN, St. Bernardine Medical Center • Diane Koorsones, RN, Kaiser South San Francisco • Marisa Lee, RN, Osceola Regional Medical Center • Gina Macalino, RN, Kaiser Vacaville • Robert A. Marth, Jr., RN, Kaiser Hayward • Allison Miller, RN, Long Beach Memorial Medical Center • Sandy Reding, RN, Bakersfield Memorial Hospital • Roni Rocha, RN, San Gabriel Valley Medical Center • Katy Roemer, RN, Kaiser Oakland • Jane Sandoval, RN, California Pacific Medical Center St. Luke's • Sherri Stoddard, RN, Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center • Rida Villanueva, RN, Kaiser Vallejo • David Welch, RN, Enloe Medical Center • Allison Welsh, RN, Dominican Hospital Santa Cruz CNA/NNU is the largest and fastest-growing all-RN professional organization and union in the nation with a membership of 90,000 RNs in more than 200 facilities throughout California and more than 190,000 nurses nationwide. JOIN US! 800-540-3603 CNA/NNU has a democratic governing structure consisting of an RN member, elected Board of Directors, all of whom are direct-care registered nurses and a presidency model called the Council of Presidents, which is a shared presidency of four RNs. 0216

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