Thursday June 29th 2017

ANA members encouraged to run for ANA-PAC Board of Trustees

The ANA-PAC Board of Trustees will elect five new members during their June meeting for the term of office that begins on July 1, 2013 and runs until June 30, 2015.

The ANA-PAC Board of Trustees consists of eleven ANA-PAC eligible members. Five members are elected by the ANA-PAC Board of Trustees in odd-numbered years. Five of the remaining trustees are appointed by the ANA Board of Directors and one trustee is appointed by the ANA Board on Committee in the even years.

ANA-PAC is dedicated to promoting the improvement of health care by raising funds from members and contributing to the support of candidates for federal office who have demonstrated their beliefs in the legislative objectives of the American Nurses Association.

ANA-PAC eligible members are encouraged to go to www.nursingworld.org/PACApplication.aspx for an application and job description. Applications must be received by May 31, 2013.

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