Candidates Corner

Candidates Corner 2018-01-31T15:33:48+00:00

Following is the Slate of Candidates for the 2018 WIN Election. Names are placed alphabetically on this page. Names will be drawn by lot for the ballot. The ballot will be available to members on Friday February 2, 2018. Voting will be closed on Friday, February 16, 2018. Watch for an email notice of the availability of the ballot. Please vote for WIN’s future leadership in the upcoming election.

Nominating Committee – Position #2

Diane Breckenridge, PhD, MSN, RN, ANEF
Executive Director
Anthony Bates Foundation: Primary Prevention of Sudden Cardiac Death
Phoenix, Arizona

Statement: I relocated from the East Coast, Philadelphia, in 2014 to CA, AZ, and NM as a Chief Nurse Administrator and Vice President of a college. I have been active in ENRS and now WIN as I have continued being an active member of Sigma having been the immediate past president of the University of Pennsylvania Chapter.

Andra Davis, PhD, MN, RN
Assistant Professor
Washington State University Vancouver
Vancouver, Washington

Statement: I have enjoyed my WIN membership over the years from several perspectives. I’ve been a member as a faculty member at two universities in the west, as a PhD student, grateful for the support WIN provides students, and as a postdoctoral fellow. As a member I have had various volunteer roles related to the annual meeting as well as presenting over the years. I would like to continue my service to the organization by working on the nominating committee.

Nancy Haugen, PhD, RN
Associate Dean Prelicensure & RN to BSN Programs
Samuel Merritt University
Oakland, California

Statement: I have been a member of WIN since 2011. Since that time I have been involved in poster presentations, abstract reviews, as a room moderator, poster judging, and mentoring new poster judges and abstract reviewers. I am ready to enhance my involvement with WIN and look forward to the opportunity to serve on a committee. Lastly, Samuel Merritt University School of Nursing became institutional member of WIN through my work with the organization.

Pauline Komnenich, PhD, RN
Professor, Director Master’s Program
Arizona State University
College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Phoenix, Arizona

Statement: As a member of WIN for over 30 years, I have been committed to the organization professionally and philanthropically. I would like to serve the organization in some capacity where my professional experience and dedication to the mission of the organization would be useful. I believe that my professional experience and dedication to supporting strong leadership provides the expertise for assuming the responsibilities for membership on the Nominations Committee.