ANA leadership

ANA 2018 Annual Report: Year of Advocacy

Year of Advocacy: Pursuing positive change on every level Every day, every year, nurses advocate. It’s a responsibility that we all accept the moment we enter the nursing…
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Investments for success

Nurse leader embraces financial planning and pays it forward. After needing to raise money for her first nursing school admission fee, Irene Trowell-Harris, EdD, RN, Major General, USAF,…

Meet Jennifer Mensik Kennedy

ANA’s 38th president starts her term on January 1, 2023. Jennifer Mensik Kennedy, PhD, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, starts her 2-year term as 38th president of the American…

Reflection and action

Continuing to work together is key in 2021. In just a few weeks, a new year will be upon us. Our desire to focus on the future is…
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Ringing in the new year

New look for American Nurse Today, new ANA leadership ANOTHER YEAR has gone by, and new excitement is afoot. From new section titles in American Nurse Today to new…
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Transitions and transformation

A thank-you to Marla Weston.  The indelible mark left behind by a transformation­al leader is as unique as a fingerprint. Marla J. Weston, PhD, RN, FAAN, who stepped…

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