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2020 - 2022 Board of Directors and Committee Goals

Board of Directors Goals

1. Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of ALSN at the site of its first meeting – Nov. 12th-14th, 2020 – Chapel Hill, NC

It will be the Year of the Nurse (Florence Nightingale’s 200th Birthday)

- Chapel Hill is one of the key sponsors for Nursing Now USA

2. Develop strategic plan that overlaps the second year of the presidential term and the term of the president-elect

3. Finance Goals

-  Generate less than 40% of income based on membership

-  Develop and build financial reserves

-  Increase income from the International Conference

-  Increase income from Webinars

-  Participate in budget planning for the International Conference (contacts/deposits/payment schedule)

4. Continue to work with task force on guidelines/recommendations for MSN and DNP academic programs in leadership

Program Committee Goals 

1. Plan and direct the 2020 ALSN International Conference 

- Propose the theme: A Look Back to Move Forward

- Increase sponsorship support to $45,000 in 2020

- Add sponsorship of a keynote speaker(s) as an option to help cover costs

- Continue to increase the number or leaders from practice that attend to strengthen this unique opportunity for collaboration between academia and practice

- Increase the participation of the international registrants in the annual conference

2. Case Western Reserve University Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing has asked to sponsor the 2021 conference at the Marian K Shaughnessy Nurse Leadership Academy

3. Participate in development of a successful model for the site selection of future ALSN International Conferences

4. Identify topics and recruit leaders for Webinars and Hot Topics

5. Increase participation in Webinars and Hot Topics

Research Committee Goals 

1. Complete the Delphi Study on research priorities for nursing leadership and administration science

2. Publish the Delphi study results

3. Disseminate Delphi study findings at an international/national conference

4. Initiate the Versant Research grant (develop CFP, oversee recipient selection & award distribution, monitor award management)

Membership Committee Goals 

1. Increase overall ALSN membership by 20% (37 members) by focusing the membership increases on recruiting new membership from practice

2. Revisit and revise the organizational membership category to advance the 2 goals above

3.  Develop strategy and criteria for recognition of early career emerging leaders and submit to the Board with an implementation plan

4. Increase international representation within the ALSN membership by x%

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