| AHNA would like to thank everyone who voted during the 2014 Elections. It was very successful with over 600 votes!
2014 Teller's Report below:
President-Elect (Elected: Lourdes Lorenz)
Lourdes Lorenz, DHA-abd, RN, MSN-IH, NEA-BC, AHN-BC (North Carolina) -- Votes received: 410
Deborah Shields, PhD, RN, CCRN, AHN-BC, QTTT (Ohio) -- Votes received: 270
Treasurer (Elected: Barry Gallison)
Barry Gallison, DNP, MS, APRN-BC, NEA-BC, CPHQ, AHN-BC (Florida) --Votes received: 645
Board of Director-at-Large (Elected: Jalma Marcus and Elizabeth Scala)
Kimberly Holden, PhD, MPH, RN, (Tennessee) -- Votes received: 177
Margaret O. King, PhD, RN-BC, AHN-BC, CNL (Ohio) -- Votes received: 250
Jalma M. Marcus, MSN, RN HNB-BC, CBP (Pennsylvania) -- Votes received: 304
Elizabeth Scala, MSN, MBA, RN, (Maryland) -- Votes received: 293
Karilee H. Shames, PhD, RN, MSN, AHN-BC (California) -- Votes received: 276
Nominating Committee (Elected: Cynthia Backer and Susan Dyess)
Cynthia Backer, BSN, RN, MAT, MIH (California) -- Votes received: 328
Susan Dyess, PhD, RN, AHN-BC (Florida) -- Votes received: 388
Deborah Flournoy, PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, CNS-P/MH (Texas) -- Votes received: 272
Lyn McCright, MPH, RN, AHN-BC (Texas) -- Votes received: 313
Winners will take office during the 2015 AHNA Conference this June in Branson, Missouri.
The AHNA Board of Directors (BOD), the governing board for AHNA is the guiding hand of our association. For more than two decades, the BOD has convened to build a purposeful and committed organization dedicated to holistic nursing. Each candidate will add a special flare to the BOD, bringing their unique talents, experiences and passion for holistic nursing to the table. Click on their name to see in-depth biographical information and pictures of these candidates.
AHNA members had the opportunity to cast their vote between November 1 and November 30, 2014 via an electronic ballot sent through Constant Contact or via requested paper ballot. There were 644 electronic ballots and 38 paper ballots cast.
Click here for the 2014 tellers committee report