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2017 AACN Wharton Fellows

Using a competitive process, 30 academic nursing leaders were selected this year to participate in the AACN-Wharton program, which convened in Philadelphia, PA on August 7-10, 2017. Those selected represent a wide diversity of nursing programs, including large academic health centers, small liberal arts schools, public and private universities, rural and urban-based programs, and faith-based institutions. Offered since 2012 the reach of this program has been broad across the nation and impacting all types of our membership. This class in particular represented 20 states with individuals representing small/ liberal arts Institutions (4), Public Schools without academic health centers (5), private institutions without academic health centers (9), and those members are academic health centers (12).

Congratulations to the 2017 AACN Wharton Fellows!

Karen Allen, Valparaiso University

Tanya Altmann, Sacramento State University

Julie Anderson, The College of St. Scholastica

Laurie Badzek, Univeristy of North Carolina Wilmington

Debra Barksdale, Virginia Commonwealth University

Patricia Cowan, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Mary Elizabeth Doyle-Tadduni, DeSales University

Nadien Englert, Robert Morris University

Barbara Haas, The University of Texas at Tyler

Heather Hall, University of South Alabama

Kelly Harden, Union University

Monica Kennison, Berea College

Katherine Kenny, Arizona State University

Anne Krouse, University of Delaware

Kathleen LaSala, Shenandoah University

Gary Loving, University of Oklahoma

Julie Marfell, Frontier Nursing University

Kimberlee Montgomery, Drexel University

Carolyn Montoya, University of New Mexico

Tracey Murray, Coppin State University

Nilda Peragallo Montano, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Renee Pozza, Azusa Pacific University

Liessa Roberts, University of Utah

Albert Rundio, Drexel University

Julie Sochalski, Pennsylvania University

Barbara Wilson, University of Utah

Deleise Wilson, Kettering College

Edilma Yearwood, Georgetown University

Nancy York, Bellarmine University

Ksenia Zukowsky, Thomas Jefferson University