Philanthropy

When you Donate to NWONL you Directly Support Nurse Leadership Development and Impact 

Our donation program is a primary lever in bringing to fruition the purpose, vision and strategic plan of NWONL. Donations directly fund educational and professional development programs as well as our scholarships for nurse leaders pursuing higher education. It is only through the spirit of giving and generosity from our members that we can continue the vital work to connect, educate, support and launch nurse leaders in their careers.  

We Emphatically Thank All Who Donated in 2019

You've set a salient example through your philanthropic efforts and we are gratified by your contributions. Donations solidify the vital partnership that we share in strengthening the organization and expanding educational offerings to continually advance the future of nursing leaders impact on healthcare in our region.

Amanda Free | Angela Bartlett | Barbara Trehearne | Bonnie Fryzlewicz | Bonnie Palzer | Candy Canga | Carol Bradley | Charisse Pizarro-Osilla | Christa Arguinchona | Colleen Chapp | Dana Bjarnason | Darcy Jaffe | David Golda | Deborah Jayne | Debra Strom | Denise Fall | Desiree McCue | Donald Wenzler | Elaine Goehner | Grace Ullum | Hayley Ruffalo | Jackie Mossakowski | Jacob Krohn | JacQualine Abbe | Jane Hutcheson | Jeanna Stephen | Jeannie Eylar | Jeremy Cook | Jessica Symank | Jolene Hagin | Jonathan Sayer | Judi Workman | Judy Geiger | Julie Moseley | Julie Ostrom | Katherine Hammond | Kathleen Nellermoe | Kathy Melvin | Kelly Espinoza | Kristen Swanson | Lorie Wild | Pam Steinke | Robyn Begley | Shannon Edgar | Stephanie Gilliam | Susan Bakewell-Sachs | Susan Scott | Susan Stacey | Tamara Sheehan | Teri Woo | Thelma Buchanan | Tonya Roth | Valarie Riggs | Yvette Moulton

Congratulations to our 2019 Scholarship Awardees

AnneMarie West
Roy Ball

AnneMarie West

NICU Nurse Manager at Providence Portland
Pursuing Ph.D. in General Psychology at Grand Canyon University

Roy Ball

Nurse Manager, Medical Specialties at Legacy Emanuel
Pursuing a Ph.D. in Health Systems & Policy at Oregon Health & Science University

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Why Our Board Members Donate to NWONL

"NWONL has provided me with an opportunity to collaborate across organizations and across our region to develop shared learnings in advancing nursing leadership positions and people for the future. I enjoy so much the different perspectives and experiences brought to the table through the gathering of these nurse leaders. I am quite literally humbled in their presence." 

Mady Murrey

 "Joining NWONL many years ago introduced me to ideas that developed my sense of nursing leadership. Connecting with colleagues, and now, friends, from all over Washington and Oregon has been the joy at the end of the phone. Good advice on speed dial! We've all been there when we are stumped and need good counsel. My NWONL group has been there for me and I can be there for them." 

Jane Hutcheson

"NWONL is the perfect organization for professional growth, development, and networking.  Whether a new manager or seasoned CNO, the job can feel lonely, and the colleagues at NWONL are there to support this amazing journey of leadership." 

Susan Stacey 

"I love NWONL because it offers an opportunity to network with other nurse leaders who support our mission and offer a diverse set of voices in the leadership of nursing here in the pacific northwest!" 

Kelly Espinoza

 "Contributing to my professional organization is a tangible way of giving back for the opportunities it affords me." 

Dana Bjarnason

"Networking with NWONL is my professional lifeline when I need to reach out!" 

Pam Steinke

"Connection and Inspiration. NWONL has provided both during my time with them and donating is vital to carry forward the strength and work of the organization." 

Cindi M. Warburton 

"NWONL provides a network of Nursing Leaders to mentor new leaders in our profession and encourage connections and partnerships that go beyond employer and specialty affiliations." 

Julie Ostrom

"The professional relationships developed for conversation and collaboration on healthcare issues has been immeasurable for me. Besides the collegial collaboration that occurs with NWONL, the educational sessions have provided up to date information on the challenges we face in healthcare today." 

Nancee Hofmeister