You voted and the results are in. Here are the people who will serve in elected positions during WSNA's 2019-2021 biennium.
Learn about the people who are running for elected office during WSNA's 2019-2021 biennium.
Margarita López Prentice, former state legislator, longtime WSNA member and inductee in the Washington State Nurses Hall of Fame, passed away quietly in her sleep of natural causes at her home in Bryn Mawr-Skyway, Washington on April 2, 2019. She was 88 years old.
Ms. Smith was actively involved with WSNA for more than 55 years, and was a highly respected leader, speaker and mentor to generations of Washington nurses. She was 92.
Active in professional nursing activities and associations throughout her career, Betty served on the Washington State Board of Nursing, the Board of Directors of the Washington State Nurses Association, and the Inland Empire Nurses Association. In 1996, Betty was inducted into the Washington State Nurses Hall of Fame.
This year, we are proud to support two WSNA members running for office in the 34th legislative district, which covers West Seattle, Vashon Island and Burien.
Each year, WSNA’s Cabinet on Economic & General Welfare recognizes outstanding leaders in Local Units across the state. These fearless nurses, nominated by their peers, received their awards at WSNA’s Leadership Conference in late September 2017. Congratulations to all of them for their dedication and outstanding work on behalf…
Congratulations to our very own Hall of Fame member, Patty Hayes, MN, RN for her recognition as one of Seattle Magazine’s Most Influential Seattleites of 2017.
Welcome your new 2017-2019 board of directors, committees, councils and cabinet!
These WSNA members have consented to run for WSNA elected offices during the 2017-2019 biennium.
The Public Health Insider blog, produced by Public Health - Seattle & King County, featured WSNA member Tina Maestas for National Public Health Week (April 3-7th). Tina is a Public Health Nurse based in Renton, one of seven Seattle & King County Public Health Nurses whose offices are located inside a “CSO” – a state office…
Last fall, WSNA member Justin Gill, MS, ARNP, NP-C and WSNA Nurse Representative Travis Elmore, BSN, RN-BC, were appointed by the American Nurses Association Board of Directors to the ANA-PAC Board of Trustees.
Jeruschia Horton, a charge nurse in the critical care unit at EvergreenHealth, was given the LifeSaver Award for the month of May by LifeCenter Northwest.
Among her accomplishments, Dottie Hicks, MN, RN was a faculty member at the University of Washington School of Nursing and Director of Nursing Continuing Education. She also served as the Treasurer of WSNA.
Ethel Carpenter, a longtime and active member of the Washington State Nurses Association, passed away in Bellingham on May 2 at the age of 91.
A 2010 inductee into WSNA's Nursing Hall of Fame, Anna Mae Ericksen started the "Mr. Yuk" program for poisoning prevention.
Congratulations to the 51 WSNA members who won or were nominated.
Chris was nominated for Employee of the Month by a number of his co-workers and peers throughout the hospital.
Beloved colleague and dear friend Barbara Curtis passed away at her home in Florida on Oct. 18, 2015, surrounded by her loving family. Barbara was a past president of WSNA and a member of the WSNA Hall of Fame and the ANA Hall of Fame.
Dr. Kathryn E. Barnard, UW School of Nursing professor emeritus and eponymous founder of the school’s Barnard Center on Infant Mental Health and Development, died June 27. She was 77.