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Newly elected board for Nurses Organisation

Newly elected board for Nurses Organisation
The New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) Kaiwhakahaere, Kerri Nuku and President, Marion Guy are pleased to welcome newly elected directors to its board.

Current board member and registered nurse, Karen Naylor has been elected Vice President.

Successful candidates for the board are Cheryl Hammond, Debbie O’Donoghue, Eseta Finau, Jacob Panikkamannil, Juliet Manning, Sara Mason and Shane Pleasance.

Marion Guy says, “I pass on my thanks to all the candidates who stood for positions on the NZNO board. I look forward to working with the new board members and appreciate the skill and experience they bring with them.”

Kerri Nuku says, “It was pleasing to have a good number of candidates standing for election to the board. NZNO is run by its members and it is good to know that we have so much leadership potential at all levels of the organisation.”

Both say they are looking forward to an interesting and challenging three years as the new board works to continue to work to improve and grow the organisation and to bed in the new constitution.

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