NCNA announces the 2014 Leadership Academy Class.
Audrey Lynn Asbill-Russell, High Point, Triad Region
Sharonda Boykin, Fayetteville, South Central Region
Marion Braden, Pfafftown, Triad Region
Kathryn Evans, Durham, Triangle Region
Britney Hagy, Charlotte, Southwest Region
Kara Hedvig, Charlotte, Southwest Region
Yolanda Hyde, Hamlet, South Central Region
Daria Kring, Clemmons, Triad Region
Laura Magennis, Mount Holly, Southwest Region
Karen Preston, Mooresville, Northwest Region
Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Leader?
The NCNA Leadership Academy is open to all members of the North Carolina Nurses Association. The committee will be seeking representation from a cross-section of the profession. These leaders and potential leaders will be active either in business, education, the arts, religion, government, community-based organizations, ethnic or minority groups, or nursing specialty areas, and will reflect the diversity of the organization. ELIGIBILITY: At least 2 years of experience in a leadership role (work, volunteer, or other setting), NCNA membership, and employer commitment to support time away from work required to complete the program. The 2014 Leadership Academy Class is under way; however, if you would like to let NCNA know you have an interest for the next year, please email us.
ABOUT THE LEADERSHIP ACADEMY
Recognizing that leadership development is an essential element in the process of advancing the profession, the Leadership Academy was created in response to the recommendations cited in the Institute of Medicine’s national report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health (2010). Through this program, NCNA will identify emerging nurse leaders from across the state, encourage them with a series of leadership workshops, and assist in sharpening their skills so that they will exert a strong positive influence on the future of nursing and the healthcare industry.
NCNA’s leadership academy is housed within NCNA’s charitable arm, the North Carolina Foundation for Nursing, and is a high-intensity, competitive application leadership development program for nurses to prepare them for positions of strategy and influence, especially as they relate to changes recommended in the national IOM Future of Nursing report. The program places a premium on educating, mentoring and grooming nurses to serve as active leaders in a variety of positions (i.e. state and local government boards/commissions, elected office, hospital boards/leadership, community boards, etc.).
NCNA 2013 Leadership Academy Graduates
Congratulations to the graduates of the NCNA Leadership Academy Class of 2013. They were recognized on October 2, 2013 at the NCNA Convention Awards Luncheon.
|Kathleen Ashton, Durham||Carrie Edgison, Charlotte|
|Margaret Bowers, Durham
||Kristie King, Asheville|
|Charlotte Craig, Gastonia
||Susan Lane, Shelby|
|Julie DelCasino, Charlotte
||Ashley Moore, Charlotte|
|Suzette Dennis, Monroe
||Lisa Soltis, Raleigh|
|Allison Dimsdale, Durham
||Diamond Staton-Williams, Harrisburg|
|Terri Dorn, Sanford
||Julie Stratton, Concord|
|Cynthia Eaton, Littleton
||Tomika Williams, Greensboro|
NCNA Leadership Academy, Inaugural Class of 2012
The inaugural class of the NCNA Leadership Academy was recognized on October 3, 2012 at the NCNA Convention Awards Luncheon. Graduation marked the final step in a journey that began for the inaugural class one year ago when they submitted their applications to the program.
|May Cheung, Charlotte||Phyllis Justus, Davidson|
|Patricia Beckman, Asheville||Martha Mills, Garner|
|Deborah Aldridge, Albemarle||Katherine Pereira, Apex|
|Martica Craven, Seagrove||Linda Stanton, Marshall|
|Dianne Daniels, Stanfield||Margaret Crutchfield, Cary|
|Christopher Golding, Greensboro||Anne Derouin, Raleigh|
|Mary A. Graff, Raleigh||Valarie Gatlin, Grimesland|
|Shepeara Hall, Pittsboro||Sara Hubbell, Cary|