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Ann Marie P. Mauro

Dr-Ann-Marie-P-Mauro

Ann Marie P. Mauro, PhD, RN, CNL, CNE, FAAN

PERSONAL STATEMENT

As a Board of Governors member since 2015, I have steadfastly advanced the NLN’s mission, goals, and core values.  I am an actively engaged board member and have cultivated strong relationships with the NLN and its stakeholders.  In my first term, I am working diligently to further the NLN mission to promote excellence in nursing education to build a strong and diverse nursing workforce to advance the health of our nation and global community.  This is evidenced by my election to the NLN Board of Governors Executive Committee and increasing committee responsibilities and leadership roles.  I am loyal to the NLN, and remain committed to acting in its best interests through the important ambassadorship roles and fiduciary responsibilities of this key position.  It would be a great honor to continue serving the NLN on the Board of Governors.

PAST POSITIONS

I have fostered the mission, goals, and core values of the NLN by serving in these capacities on the Board of Governors: Executive Committee Member, Audit and Compliance Committee Chair, Governance Committee Member, Board Liaison to the Certified Nurse Educator Board of Commissioners, and Board Liaison to the Strategic Action Group on Civility: A Community of Colleagues.  I am the appointed NLN Ambassador for Rutgers School of Nursing, and previously held this role for NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing.

NLN/LEAGUE ACTIVITIES

Member, Board of Governors, National League for Nursing (2015-2018): Executive Committee Member (2017-18), Audit and Compliance Committee Chair (2017-18) and Member (2016-17), Governance Committee Member (2015-18), Certified Nurse Educator Board of Commissioners Board Liaison (2017-18), Strategic Action Group on Civility: A Community of Colleagues Board Liaison (2017-18). NLN Representative, Action Collaborative on Clinician Resilience and Well-Being, National Academy of Medicine (December 14-15, 2017). NLN Ambassador (2012 – Present).

OTHER ACTIVITIES

As Assistant Dean, Professor, and Founding Director of the Center for Educational Research and Innovation at Rutgers School of Nursing, I provide leadership to promote teaching and learning excellence, collaborations in interprofessional education, and the advancement of nursing education science.  A fellow in the American Academy of Nursing and New York Academy of Medicine, I am a certified nurse educator and clinical nurse leader with expertise in diversity, educational policy, innovative teaching strategies, and curriculum development.  I was named 2017 March of Dimes Nurse of the Year – Academic Educator, and recognized by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and American Association of Colleges of Nursing for my groundbreaking diversity work with a New Careers in Nursing Innovation Award and an Above and Beyond Award.  My novel educational programs and research have received federal and private funding to cultivate diverse leaders nationwide from the most underrepresented groups in nursing.

EDUCATION

2014

Certificate

Wharton Nursing Leaders Program

University of Pennsylvania

1998

PhD

Research & Theory Development in Nursing Science

New York University

1985

MSN

Nursing Education (Adult Health)

Seton Hall University

1982

BSN

Nursing (Magna Cum Laude)

Seton Hall University


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

2017-Present 
Fellow, New York Academy of Medicine

2016-Present
Fellow, American Academy of Nursing

2015-Present
Member, Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science: Member, Program Planning & Abstract Committees (2015-2017)    

2009-11, 2012-13
President, New York University College of Nursing Alumni Association

2007-Present
President-Elect (2018-2020) & Member, Eastern Nursing Research Society: Awards Committee Chair (2015-Present), Program Planning Committee Member (2012-2014)

2007-2010
Senator/Executive Committee Member-at-Large, Faculty Senate, Seton Hall University

2004-Present
Member, National League for Nursing

2004-Present
Member, American Association of Colleges of Nursing

2004-Present
Member, American Heart Association, Council on Cardiovascular Nursing: Organizational Development Committee Member (2015-Present)

2000-2003
President (2002-03) & Member, Washington Township Board of Education, Morris County, NJ

1982-Present
Member, American Nurses Association

1982-Present
Member, New Jersey State Nurses Association

1981-Present
Member, Sigma Theta Tau International: Gamma Nu Chapter Member/Chair multiple committees (1981-Present), Upsilon Chapter Member (2004-Present)