Triangle Region of the North Carolina Nurses Association

Regional Director

Erica Saunders, NCNA Regional Director, Triangle

Erica Saunders

The Triangle Region Presents . . .

The American Nurse Project (1.5 CH*)

A heart-warming film that explores some of the biggest issues facing America-aging, war, poverty, prisons-through the work and lives of nurses. It is an examination of real people that will change how we think about nurses and how we wrestle with the challenges of healing America.

Date: September 23, 2014
Time: 6:30 pm
Location: Carmike 15 Theater, 5501 Atlantic Springs Road, Raleigh, NC 27616
RSVP to get contact hours by September 17 to

Tickets can be purchased at the theater, or advance tickets can be purchased at:

Get the flyer for the Triangle Sept 23 event here.

*Free 1.5 contact hours provided for NCNA members who sign in at the NCNA booth at the theater. Guests can get the contact hours by going to after viewing the movie (cost $10).

The North Carolina Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center Commission on Accreditation.

Triangle Regional Advisory Committee

Regional Director: Erica Saunders
Associate RD: Benjamin Mastridge
Jody Cherniak
Jean Davison
Letha Joseph
Charlotte Knight-Ruffin
Audrey Neal
Ann Marie Patterson-Powell
Yolanda Smith
Amanda Thomas
Gwen Waddell-Schultz
Terry Ward
Dustin Williams


"Nurses Network" is a new addition to Triangle Region Meetings. As you enter the meeting, you'll be given instructions for three separate opportunities to share 3 minutes of conversation with another attendee. Perhaps you'll be matched with a first-timer, a faculty from a Triangle institution, a Board member, or a prospective employer. It will be your chance to "meet, greet, and connect" with Triangle Members. Come try it at the next posted meeting!

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