Anastasia Christopher, 1974, 1976 MS
Penny Marzalik, 1981
Kristine Weiss Adams, 1992
Peggy Agle, 1981
Kristen Catton, 1992
Lizzie Fitzgerald, 1980 MS
Elaine Haynes, 1972, 1978 MS, 2003 PhD
Barb Humbel, 1979
Kim Ichrist, 2014, 2017 MS
Mary McClelland, 1986 MS
Lindsay Meggas, 2015 MS
Terrie Stewart, 2013 MS
John Welch, 2003
The primary goal of The Ohio State University College of Nursing Alumni Society Board of Governors is to support and promote the advancement of the College of Nursing within and beyond The Ohio State University. Board members are expected to support educational and career opportunities for current College of Nursing students, facilitate communication, foster loyalty, promote fellowship and encourage philanthropy among and between alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends of the College of Nursing. Alumni who accept the three-year appointment are expected to fulfill the requirements and meet the responsibilities associated with board membership as stated below and in the Nursing Alumni Society Constitution and By-Laws.
What the College of Nursing expects from Board Members:
Meetings: Attend in person or by teleconference of at least 75% of meetings of the Nursing Alumni Society Board.
Committees: Actively serve on at least one standing committee of the board and help to plan appropriate activities and services. Identify prospects and actively recruit other alumni volunteers to serve on board committees.
Participation: Participate in College of Nursing Alumni programs and events, including Reunion Homecoming Weekend.
Philanthropy: Make an annual financial contribution to the College of Nursing which is sufficient to maintain sustaining membership status (minimum commitment, $75) in the OSU Alumni Association.
Communication: Serve as an ambassador for the Nursing Alumni Society and the College of Nursing; promote the College’s brand and image and share knowledge and expertise about the college. Encourage fellow alumni and colleagues to become Sustaining Members of the Nursing Alumni Society.
What Board Members can expect from the College of Nursing:
Opportunities to be engaged with and give back to the College of Nursing.
Opportunities to network with alumni, students, and the community via the College of Nursing related meetings and events.
Information regarding news, events, programs, and research initiatives of the College of Nursing.
Staff provisions of necessary tools and support to facilitate and execute all alumni meeting and events.
If you would like additional information about the Nursing Alumni Society or have questions about board member responsibilities, please contact Colleen Pelasky, Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (614) 688-2255.