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NNOC/NNU is the largest and fastest-growing all-RN professional organization and union in the nation with a membership of 190,000 RNs in more than 200 facilities in all 50 states. ORGANIZING@NNOC.NET 800-540-3603 WWW.NNOC.NET THE BEST HEALTHCARE RESOURCE FOR RNS ON THE WEB. Subscribe to the NNOC/NNU RN e-alert to get e-mail 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 • NNOC/NNU has a democratic governing structure consisting of an 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 bedside RNs. JOIN US! 0716

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