Call for 2015 Nominations

Call for Nominations for the 2015 Oregon ENA Board of Directors

It is time to look towards the future and begin the selection process for the 2015 Oregon ENA board of directors. The board of directors currently consists of the past-president, president, president-elect, secretary, treasurer, director-at-large, Central Oregon Chapter president, and the Mid-Valley Coastal Chapter president.

The open positions for 2015 are:

  • President-elect (3 years)
  • Secretary (1 year)
  • Treasurer (2 years)
  • Director-at-Large (1 year)

You can find detailed descriptions of each role in our bylaws starting on page 4. The eligibility requirements are:

A. Qualifications for all officers include current ENA active membership, current
unencumbered license to practice as a registered nurse, and active participation in OR
ENA as evidenced by attending at least 50% of all scheduled State Council meetings in
the past two years, as of annual call for nominations.
B. The term of office for all officers shall be one year, with the exception of treasurer,
from January 1st through December 31st of each year.
C. No officer may serve more than two consecutive terms in any one office; interested
members may serve unlimited non-consecutive terms in any office. 
In the absence of
qualified candidates, the Board of Directors may waive the restriction on service.

Please send your nominations (including self-nominations) to president@oregon-ena.org by September 1st. Ballots will be distributed by September 15th.

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This conference is a collaboration between the British Columbia, Washington, and Oregon Emergency Nursing Associations/Councils. It will be held at the Heathman Lodge in Vancouver, Washington. You can find this regional conference information here.  A few of your fellow Oregon ENA members will be speaking at this event!

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