Ep 73: Candidate Interviews for 2020 AANA Election

On this special episode of Beyond the Mask, we sat down with many of the candidates running for a position on the 2020-21 AANA Board of Directors. Hear more about their qualifications, their goals, and their vision for the future of CRNAs.

Click the timestamps below to help you navigate through the many topics we discussed.

On This Episode:

Voting begins on May 5 for the next round of AANA Board of Directors and we are excited to provide listeners with an opportunity to learn more about the candidates.

We reached out to everyone on the list and were able to line up times with many of the talented professionals that will be running for a position in the 2021 fiscal year. Not everyone’s schedule allowed for a conversation and not everyone chose to participate, but we’re grateful to everyone that took time to join us on this special edition of Beyond the Mask.

If you’d like to learn more about all of the AANA 2020 election candidates, visit this link on the AANA website.

To hear from a specific candidate, feel free to utilize the timestamps to jump directly to that conversation.

1:01 – Message from Jeremy Stanley about this episode.

 

President-elect

2:04 – Heather Rankin, DNP, MBA, CRNA – Alabama

9:23 – Maribeth Massie, PhD, MS, CRNA – New York

 

Vice President

12:57 – Angela Mund, DNP, CRNA – South Carolina

17:56 – Debra Diaz, DNP, CRNA, APRN, CDR – Florida

 

Treasurer

23:02 – Sonya Moore, DNP, CRNA, CCRN – Ohio

 

Director – Region 2

26:17 – Janet Setnor, MSN, CRNA – Virginia

 

Director – Region 3

28:52 – LTC Peter Strube, DNAP, CRNA, MSNA, AP – Wisconsin

 

Director – Region 6

32:06 – Jeffrey Molter, MBA, MSN, CRNA – Ohio

 

Director – Region 7

33:56 – Erik Rauch, DNP, CRNA, NSPM-C – Florida

37:06 – Dru Riddle, PhD, DNP, CRNA, FAAN – Texas


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