Pamela Mitchell

Pamela Mitchell

Pamela Mitchell

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President at Chamberlain University LLC

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Former Vice Chairman at PUBLIC HEALTH FOUNDATION

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Member, Board of Directors at AARP, Inc. (District of Columbia)

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Former Provost at Hampton University

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Board Member at American Academy of Nursing

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Board Member at American Academy of Nursing

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Member, Board of Directors at Primary Care Development Corp.

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Board Member at American Academy of Nursing

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Board Member at American Academy of Nursing

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Former Manager of Volunteer Services at Coastal Hospice, Inc.

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The Academy serves the public and the nursing profession by advancing health policy and practice through the generation, synthesis, and dissemination of nursing knowledge. Every day across America, the Academy and its members create and execute knowledge-driving and policy-related initiates to drive reform of America's healthcare system. Academy's more than 2,100 members—known as fellows—are nursing's most accomplished leaders in education management, practice and research. Fellows include association executives; university presidents, chancellors, and deans; state and federal political appointees; hospital chief executives and vice presidents for nursing; nurse consultants; researchers; and entrepreneurs. The sole corporate member of the American Academy of Nursing is the American Nurses Association (ANA). First approved by the 1964–66 ANA House of Delegates, the American Nurses Association by-laws were amended to call for an Academy of Nursing for the advancement of knowledge, education, and nursing practice. On April 24, 1973, thirty-six charter fellows held their first meeting. Then, fellows were elected to the governing council, and Rheba de Tornyay was elected as the inaugural president. Operating objectives included Advance new concepts in nursing and health care; Identify and explore issues in health, in the professions, and in society as they affect and are affected by nurses and nursing; Examine the dynamics within nursing, the interrelationships among the segments within nursing, and examine the interaction among nurses as all these affect the development of the nursing profession; and Identify and propose resolutions to issues and problems confronting nursing and health, including alternative plans for implementation. Articles of incorporation were approved by the District of Columbia in December 1999 constituting the Academy as a nonprofit corporation qualifying the Academy as a section 501(c)3 corporation. In 2006, the Academy established a Washington, DC, office in keeping with its strategic goals and recognizing the pivotal role of public policy in reforming American health care. Academy staff identifies key policy issues in which the Academy can mobilize its fellows, along with allied individuals and organizations, to support the Academy's policy agenda and affect change. In addition, the staff oversees outreach to lawmakers, the White House and relevant federal agencies, and to the media and other key audiences as the Academy strive to assure that nurses and their frontline knowledge are integrated into the quest for a system that delivers high-quality, affordable health care to all Americans. Reflecting its growth and focus, the Academy in 2007, consolidated the operational office and policy office into a single headquarters in Washington, DC.

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The Academy serves the public and the nursing profession by advancing health policy and practice through the generation, synthesis, and dissemination of nursing knowledge. Every day across America, the Academy and its members create and execute knowledge-driving and policy-related initiates to drive reform of America's healthcare system. Academy's more than 2,100 members—known as fellows—are nursing's most accomplished leaders in education management, practice and research. Fellows include association executives; university presidents, chancellors, and deans; state and federal political appointees; hospital chief executives and vice presidents for nursing; nurse consultants; researchers; and entrepreneurs. The sole corporate member of the American Academy of Nursing is the American Nurses Association (ANA). First approved by the 1964–66 ANA House of Delegates, the American Nurses Association by-laws were amended to call for an Academy of Nursing for the advancement of knowledge, education, and nursing practice. On April 24, 1973, thirty-six charter fellows held their first meeting. Then, fellows were elected to the governing council, and Rheba de Tornyay was elected as the inaugural president. Operating objectives included Advance new concepts in nursing and health care; Identify and explore issues in health, in the professions, and in society as they affect and are affected by nurses and nursing; Examine the dynamics within nursing, the interrelationships among the segments within nursing, and examine the interaction among nurses as all these affect the development of the nursing profession; and Identify and propose resolutions to issues and problems confronting nursing and health, including alternative plans for implementation. Articles of incorporation were approved by the District of Columbia in December 1999 constituting the Academy as a nonprofit corporation qualifying the Academy as a section 501(c)3 corporation. In 2006, the Academy established a Washington, DC, office in keeping with its strategic goals and recognizing the pivotal role of public policy in reforming American health care. Academy staff identifies key policy issues in which the Academy can mobilize its fellows, along with allied individuals and organizations, to support the Academy's policy agenda and affect change. In addition, the staff oversees outreach to lawmakers, the White House and relevant federal agencies, and to the media and other key audiences as the Academy strive to assure that nurses and their frontline knowledge are integrated into the quest for a system that delivers high-quality, affordable health care to all Americans. Reflecting its growth and focus, the Academy in 2007, consolidated the operational office and policy office into a single headquarters in Washington, DC.

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