N.J. Nurse Joins American Nurses Association Board of Directors

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Varsha Singh’s Term as Member-At-Large Begins in January

TRENTON N.J.—June 25, 2018—New Jersey State Nurses Association (NJSNA) announces the election of its member, Varsha Singh MSN, APN, to the American Nurses Association (ANA) Board of Directors as a member-at-large for a two-year term.

“Congratulations to Varsha on her election to the ANA Board of Directors,” said Dr. Benjamin Evans DD, DNP, RN, APN, PHMCNS-BC, president of NJSNA. “We wish her well in her service to nurses and patients nationwide.”

Singh, whose term will begin in January, is a complex care advanced practice nurse at Optum Care, an independent nurse practitioner and teaches neurology didactic courses at Trinitas School of Nursing. She is president of Forum of Nurse in Advanced Practice at NJSNA and immediate past president of New Jersey Stroke Coordinators consortium.

She earned her associates degree from Trinitas School of Nursing, completed the RN to MSN program at Seton Hall where she also earned a Master’s degree as a nurse practitioner in adult health and is enrolled in a doctoral program at Seton Hall University.

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About NJSNA
NJSNA, which was established in 1901, is a constituent member of the American Nurses Association.  The New Jersey State Nurses Association (NJSNA) represents the interests of 125,000 registered nurses and advanced practice nurses as an advocate for the nursing profession. NJSNA’s lobbying arm continues to protect the nursing profession through legislative victories. Its nonprofit foundation, Institute for Nursing, helps nurses further their careers by providing continuing education, scholarships and research grants in addition to invaluable networking opportunities. For more information, nurses can visit www.njsna.org or contact NJSNA at njsna@njsna.org or (609) 883-5335.

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