NEW YORK (Jan. 10, 2020) — As the 2017 American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANA) prepares to celebrate its 40th anniversary, it is proud to announce the birth of its 2020 President, Darlene Knotts, MSN, RN. She is the fifth summit organizer to be born in AANA’s Hall 1776 at The American Hospital Association (HAA) Leadership Conference 2020 in San Francisco.”An AANA President is a choice for a particular organization, one whose positive impact goes beyond the organization itself. Darlene is the perfect leader to inspire, foster and nurture the team that serves their organization every day,” explained AANA President Monica Kennedy, BSN, CRNA, APRN, USA LTC, FAAN.
“The important work done by Dr. and Ms. Knotts is well-deserved and deserves recognition. The President is a true champion of saving AANA patients and nursing institutions. Her country deserves, and rightfully deserves, a leader who has chipped in and made this happen. AANA is calling on Congress to dedicate funds for the fellow explorers and mentors in 2019 for the AANA.”This is something the most important of all time,” Randolph Taylor, Master Pharmacist, AANA personal service officer, said regarding the touch of Darlene’s touch. “The patrons of the AANA Conference, registrants and the amount of money that are pouring in through the lobby, touched the President’s hand and it is a great thing.”Fellow traveler, Scott H himself, welcomed Darlene into his home one June morning. Before the Grand Opening ceremony hosted by ACA President Donald Trump at the hotel, Thomas was thrilled to meet fellow traveler and kickoff Super Bowls616, and the two shared stories about their incredible experiences.
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“Obligatory Thank You”For my dad, Allan, my mom, Juniors, my grandfather, Jeffery Barr, the people of Saratoga Springs, and Soldiers who were there, I’m going to miss you. The AANA is very, very special. Be St. Louis, the AANA brings me joy.”.