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Monday, November 28, 2011

Welcome to the NNNO Board of Directors!

Pictured: Elizabeth McPhee RN

The National Nursing Network Organization (NNNO) is pleased to welcome Elizabeth "Liz" McPhee RN to the Board of Directors. Liz served as the Chair of the NNNO Advocacy Team for the past year and a half. She organized many key fundraising drives that included ticket sales from professional hockey and soccer games in Portland, Oregon. Liz has accompanied Board members to Washington DC and has been instrumental in gaining key endorsements for the National Nurse Act of 2011.

The following is now posted on the About Us webpage:

Elizabeth McPhee graduated from Portland Community College (PCC) with an Associate Degree in Nursing in 2010. Elizabeth served as Vice President and then the President of the PCC National Student Nurses Association Chapter while in school and led numerous community service projects. Prevention is one of her passions. Liz planned and organized multiple healthy living fairs including a Heart Smart in the Park for children and a Love Your Heart event during February for cardiovascular month. Throughout her education, Elizabeth was recognized for her leadership and scholastic excellence. She was selected to be the Phi Theta Kappa/Coca-Cola Silver Scholar and also received the Oregon Scholar Award.

Following graduation, Elizabeth was hired to work on a medical floor at Oregon Health Sciences University. Elizabeth currently serves as a volunteer of the Clackamas County Medical Reserve Unit. She is a member of the Oregon Nurses Association and the American Nurses Association. Elizabeth authored We Need a National Nurse! What YOU Can Do which was published in August 2010 in Working Nurse, a publication that reaches over 100,000 nurses in Southern California.

The National Nursing Network Organization Team—Monday, November 28, 2011  

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Anonymous Travel Nursing Web 
Congratulations on everything you have achieved! I hope you continue to do amazing things.