Nursing Program Advisory Council
Composed of health care leaders in the Washington DC area, the Nursing Program Advisory Council facilitates our relationships with the larger community, particularly with regional health care providers.
The Advisory Council keeps the Nursing Program informed of present and evolving nursing-related issues that are affecting health care and the workforce. The Advisory Council helps to ensure that Trinity’s Nursing Program is responsive to the needs and expectations of our community of interest.
Below is a picture of the Advisory Council Team:
Nursing Program Advisory Council Meeting, October 27, 2011
The members of the Nursing Program Advisory Council are from Washington, DC health care organizations. They are pictured, from left to right:
Rosemary Welch, Vice President, Patient Care Services, National Rehabilitation Hospital
Mirna Lexima, Director, Perry Family Health Center, Providence Hospital
JoAnne Joyner, Previous Director, Department of Nursing, University of the District of Columbia and Previous Chairperson, DC Board of Nursing
Beverly Williams, Chief Nurse, Crisis and Emergency Services, Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP), Government of the District of Columbia Department of Mental Health
Karen Marcelle, Director of Nursing, My Own Place, Inc.
Janice LePlatte, Staff Develoopment Specialist, Nursing Education and Professional Development, Children’s National Medical Center
Geraldine Feaster, CNO, Washington VAMC, Ret.
Tonya Washington, Vice President of Nursing Operations, Washington Hospital Center
Not Shown: Wanda Burns, RN, Director Clinical Quality Programs, DC Chartered Health Plan; Nellie Robinson, MS RN, Vice President, Patient Services, Children’s National Medical Center; Sandra Marshall, RN, MSN, Senior Vice President, Washington Hospital Center; Joan Sinkus Clark, RN, MSN, CNAA, BC, Senior Vice President & Chief Office of Washington Hospital Center; Irene Trowell-Harris, EdD, RN, Director of Center for Women Veterans, Department of Veterans Affairs; Suzanne Felder, RN, MSN, Assistant Vice President, Patient Care Services, Providence Hospital