Corpus Christi Chapter
Our members are interested in promoting health care opportunities and education to Hispanic/Latino communities. One of our primary goals is to assist in the growth of Hispanic health care providers by promoting and enhancing opportunities through mentoring, leadership skills in participation in local and national committees. We invite you to join us as a professional seeking to address health care disparities to make a difference in your community. We need you and so does your community. ¡Si se puede!
|President||Belinda Flores, RN, BS|
|President Elect||Petra Martinez, MSN, RN|
|Secretary||Raul Lara, BSN, RN|
The Dallas Chapter provides an important voice for Hispanic nurses and those interested in the Hispanic community. Its members are active in various causes at the local, state and national level. They are committed to increasing educational and professional opportunities for Hispanic nurses and nursing students through networking and mentoring. Its members are also instrumental in providing culturally competent health care for Hispanic consumers.
|President||Mayra Garcia, DNP, RN, PCNS-BC|
|President Elect||Edith Munoz, BSN, RN|
|Secretary||Leanne Stevens, BSN, RN|
|Treasurer||Veronica Cedillo, MSN, APRN, AGPCNP-BC|
El Paso Chapter
Year established: 2010
The El Paso Chapter of NAHN mission is to foster the development and improvement of nursing care for all people and in particular the Hispanic ethnic groups through the concerted effort of Hispanic nurses.
|President||Mabel A. Toscano, MSN, RN|
|Vice President||Dr. Cristina Dominguez de Quezada, RN|
|Treasurer||Dr. Jacob Martinez, PhD, RN|
NAHN is committed to advancing the health in Hispanic communities and to lead, promote and advocate the educational, professional, and leadership opportunities for Hispanic nurses.
|President||Jacqueline Crespo Perry MSN, RN, SANE|
|Treasurer||Beverly Sola, RN|
San Antonio Chapter
Year established: 1985
Working with the Hispanic community to maintain healthy lives through education and access to health care.
|President||Norma Avitua-Ovalle, BSN, RN|
|Past President||Rose M. Caballero, MSN, RN, CCM|