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ACNL Continues to Support the Future of Nursing

Pictured above (left to right): Molly Pfau Clopp, RN, MS, MBATM, Clinical Operations Manager, Reproductive Science Center of the SF Bay Area and immediate past President of the EBACNL, and Linda D. Gregory, RN, BSN, Manager of the CNCC at the EBACNL's September 2002 meeting.

The CNCC is the recipient of this year's financial contribution from the East Bay Chapter of the Association of California Nurse Leaders (EBACNL). A primary criterion for EBACNL annual donation is the support of organizations that lead efforts to address the nursing shortage. Both the EBACNL and the CNCC concentrate their efforts to address the supply and demand for a diverse and adequate nursing workforce to meet the health care demands of Californians.

The ACNL is a nursing leadership organization that advances professional nursing practice, influences health policy and improves the health of our communities. Their East Bay Chapter has 80 members to assist in making the voice of nursing leadership stronger. According to Molly Pfau Clopp, RN, MS, MBATM, Clinical Operations Manager, Reproductive Science Center of the SF Bay Area and immediate past President of the EBACNL, "We felt that supporting CNCC was the best way that we as leaders could support the future of our profession. The nursing shortage is a critical issue for all of us to address. The youth of today need to see nursing as a rewarding and viable career opportunity and CNCC is providing critical programs and tools to raise their awareness."

The CNCC is very grateful to EBACNL for having bestowed this honor on us. Our thanks to all the members of the East Bay Association of California Nurse Leaders.

Release Date: September 19, 2002

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