NAB Elects 2024-26 Executive Committee

By Stephanie Arteaga posted 06-14-2024 16:30


OKLAHOMA CITY, OK., June 7, 2024 - The National Association of Long-Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB) announced the results of the 2024-26 Executive Committee.   

The newly elected officers are:

  • Chair: Jennifer Johs-Artisensi
  • Chair-Elect: Eric Hadley
  • Secretary: Denise Boudreau
  • Treasurer: Deb Veley

Eric Hadley, the incoming Chair-Elect, emphasized the transformative period faced by NAB and its member boards. He noted, "Our boards and our profession are facing momentous change. This change presents challenges and opportunities for NAB member organizations, member boards, and licensees. As we move forward, it is crucial that we maintain our focus on supporting our state boards with common standard setting, exams, scoring transfers, certification education, and governance and rulemaking support."

Denise Boudreau, elected as Secretary, brings a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to the role. She stated, "I'm passionate about supporting quality leaders in long-term care. Having served on the NAB Executive Committee and various other roles, I am excited to continue fostering a strong, supportive community dedicated to advancing excellence in long-term care leadership. Let's work together to keep pushing NAB forward."

Deb Veley, the new Treasurer, brings extensive experience in financial management and organizational leadership. She remarked, "Making a difference is very important to me. As the state board executive director from Ohio, I have gained valuable insights into managing and maintaining a budget, interpreting legislation and rules, and collaborating effectively."

NAB is confident that this newly elected Executive Committee will continue to advance the organization’s mission of promoting excellence in long-term care administration through innovative leadership, strategic vision, and dedicated service.



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