A Message from the NLN.ON President Donna Rothwell

Donna RothwellOn behalf of the Nursing Leadership Network of Ontario’s Board of Directors, I would like to acknowledge all of the nurses, our nursing leaders across Ontario.

To all of the nurses serving patients, residents and families, as well as those that support through leadership, research, and education in all practice settings, we thank you.

You are responding to this unprecedented event with compassion, knowledge, skill, leadership and integrity. We know that you are being asked to do more than ever before. Your care and leadership are what our patients and families are relying on during these turbulent times, each and every day.

A pandemic situation calls for extraordinary leadership from all health-care personnel. In the midst of all of this, you are providing and will continue to provide safe, competent, compassionate and ethical care to all those in need.

We know that nurses are experienced in dealing with challenging health issues, including infected patients, on a daily basis. But in this unprecedented time it requires agility, creativity and innovative options. You possess these qualities as leaders and you will be called upon in the weeks and months ahead to continue displaying them.

There are so many affected by this virus and regrettably we have experienced a number of losses. We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude for all that you are doing. Leaders caring for staff, so staff can care for patients and families, need to take care of themselves.

We thank you for all that you are doing in your ongoing leadership, please stay healthy and safe.

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NLN.ON Board of Directors: 2019-2020





Donna RothwellDonna Rothwell, RN, BScN, MN,
Senior Principal                          
Stantec Consulting Ltd.



SaraSara Lankshear, RN, PhD
Director of Education & Research and Conference Chair
Faculty, Health, Wellness and Sciences
Georgain College

NicoleNicole Valade, RN, BScN, MScN, HQI
Board Member
Manager - Critical Care Services
Brockville General Hospital



Kate Zimmerman, RN, BScN, MHS
Director, Professional Practice,
Mackenzie Health



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J.dicasmirroJamie DiCasmirro, RN, BScN, MScN                                                   
Board Member              
Professional Practice Lead
Thunder Bay District Health Unit



Ben Hartung
Board Member
Manager, Long-Term Care
Baycrest Health Sciences 


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Board Member
Intensive Care Charge Nurse 
Kingston General Hospital      



RhondaRhonda Seidman-Carlson,
RNAO Interest Groups' Representatives Ex Offico to NLN.ON Board                                

Director and Chief Nursing Officer Child and Family Health Branch
Public Health Branch





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