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Board of Directors


Dermatology Nurses’ Association Board of Directors

Kathy Gross, MSN, RN, DNC

President

The President of DNA serves as the chief elected officer for the association to continually promote the philosophy, purpose, and objectives of the Dermatology Nurses’ Association, as well as serving as the representative and spokesperson for the organization.

Angela Hamilton, FNP-C

President-Elect

The President-elect’s objectives is to understand, support and uphold the philosophy, purpose, objectives, bylaws, policies and procedures of the Dermatology Nurses’ Association, and to orient to the position of President.

Jane Glaze, BSN, RN, DNC

Immediate Past President

The role of Immediate Past President of DNA provides experienced input to the Board of Directors and serves as a resource to the Board of Directors.

Robin Inabinet, RN-BC

Treasurer

The primary objective of the DNA Treasurer is to work closely with the National Office and the Executive Director regarding financial issues.

Michelle Bell, BSN, RN, DNC

Secretary

The Secretary of DNA is responsible for recording the minutes of all Board of Directors and business meetings and additional DNA related business as assigned/required.

Olanda Hathaway, MSN, FNP-BC, DCNP

Director

Directors of DNA understand, uphold and champion the mission, bylaws, policies, and procedures of the DNA. They promote continuing education of dermatology nurses and allied health care workers, as well as promoting recognition of DNA members as professionals by the entire medical community.

Kelley Jimenez, BSN, RN, DNC

Director

Directors of DNA understand, uphold and champion the mission, bylaws, policies, and procedures of the DNA. They promote continuing education of dermatology nurses and allied health care workers, as well as promoting recognition of DNA members as professionals by the entire medical community.

Nancy Smail, RN

Director

Directors of DNA understand, uphold and champion the mission, bylaws, policies, and procedures of the DNA. They promote continuing education of dermatology nurses and allied health care workers, as well as promoting recognition of DNA members as professionals by the entire medical community.