Working with nurse educators and practice leaders from across the country, ALSN serves as a networking medium for advancing educational policy, developing national platforms, and distributing information about administrative and leadership education. As a member of ALSN you are helping to shape the future of leadership education across the curriculum and you are helping to develop recommendations for administrative and leadership research.
“Being a member of ALSN is a great privilege! It has provided me the professional opportunity to work with diverse educational and administrative leaders from around the country and the globe. It has been an opportunity to be part of something great!”
Lyn Stankiewicz Murphy, PhD, MBA, MS, RN, Director, Health Services, Leadership and Management for University of Maryland School of Nursing.