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VSNA hires new executive director.

The VSNA Executive Board is very pleased to announce we have hired Lynne Dapice as our part-time Executive Director at 20 hours weekly. Lynne is very familiar with the VSNA; she served as the Executive Director for the VSNA from 1991 to 1999. During that tenure, she was responsible for developing policies and procedures for the VSNA receiving ANCC accreditation as an approver of continuing education. She edited our early VSNA publication, The Vermont Registered Nurse which then transitioned into our current Vermont Nurse Connection. Lynne is well known and respected within the Vermont nursing community. She served as Executive Director for the Professional Nurses Organization where she started the first high tech home program in Vermont. Lynn also served on the faculty at UVM and also worked for the Vermont Department of Health where she was the Diabetes Program Coordinator and later the Bioterrorism Preparedness & Health Alert Network Coordinator and Interim Strategic National Stockpile Coordinator. Her knowledge of VSNA and ANA will be instrumental in helping the VSNA continue to be the VOICE FOR NURSES IN VERMONT. As VSNA Executive Director, Lynn will be increasing our visibility within the nursing community, identifying new sources of non-dues revenue as well as focusing on member recruitment and retention.

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Title Annotation:Vermont State Nurses Association
Publication:Vermont Nurse Connection
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1U1VT
Date:Oct 1, 2011
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