The School of Nursing Alumni Association (SNAA) is made up of almost 11,500 individuals, located in all fifty U.S. states and over five continents in countries ranging from Australia to Thailand and Colombia to Zambia. Membership is free and automatic to all OHSU School of Nursing graduates who have received a degree from the School of Nursing (formerly the University of Oregon Nursing School), Oregon Health &Science University.
Guided by an Advisory Council, the SNAA strives to increase the connections between alumni, the School of Nursing and each other through printed and electronic updates about the impact of the School of Nursing and its alumni on health and healthcare;mentoring, advising and job postings;social and educational gathering;and much more! This site is dedicated to you in hopes you will visit it often to stay informed and engaged.
How can you become involved? Participate in your class reunion, attend or organize an alumni event in your area, and donate your time, talent and treasure to help us advance the School of Nursing and the role of our profession in meeting the healthcare needs of the 21st century. Contact any of the Council members below to share your ideas, feedback and ways you'd like to help, or email the Alumni Relations program at firstname.lastname@example.org.
School of Nursing Alumni Advisory Council 2016-2017
Meet our Council!
Deb Carter, BS '77, RN (President) (contact Deb)
Jean Bates, BS '59, MSN '71 (Immediate Past President) (contact Jean)
Thomas Blackman, BS '14 - La Grande (contact Tom)
Amy Blankenship, BS' 11 - Klamath Falls (contact Amy)
Lauren Danahy, BS '07 (contact Lauren)
Emily James, BS '14 - Portland (contact Emily)
Tony Kyle, BS '16 –Ashland (contact Tony)
Jane McEldowney, BSN '63, RN, NCSN - Bend (contact Jane)
Kristi Mabou, BS '16 - Klamath Falls (contact Kristi)
Adora McDougal, BS '16 - Portland (contact Adora)
Teri Woo, BS '84, MSN '89, MN '93, PhD - Tacoma, WA (contact Teri)
Peggy Wros, PhD '93 - Portland (contact Peggy)
The Council continues to seek alumni who are interested in participating.
Please contact (503) 552-0667 for additional information.