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VCU Health System’s Chief Nursing Executive elected to national leadership board

Tina Mammone, Ph.D., R.N., will begin her term on the American Organization for Nursing Leadership’s Board of Directors in 2024.

Image is already in sitecore, please select from there! Tina Mammone, Ph.D., R.N., is currently the chief nursing executive for VCU Health System. (VCU Enterprise Marketing and Communications)

By Sara McCloskey

The American Organization for Nursing Leadership (AONL) elected VCU Health’s Tina Mammone, PhD, R.N., to serve on its board of directors for three years. Her appointment begins Jan. 1, 2024.

AONL is a national professional organization with more than 11,000 leaders in nursing who work in hospitals, health systems, colleges and universities as well as other care facilities. Each board member oversees a specific region of the country. Mammone will serve Region 3, which includes Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, West Virginia and the District of Columbia.

Mammone is already a recognized leader at VCU Health, as she was appointed as the health system’s first chief nursing executive (CNE) in April 2023. The role works closely with the chief nursing officers at VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital and VCU Health Tappahannock Hospital to allow for seamless nursing practices and operations across the entire health system. She joined VCU Health the prior year as VCU Medical Center’s chief nursing officer, a position she still currently holds.

"Tina's collaborative leadership coupled with her unwavering commitment to the highest nursing standards make her an ideal fit for the American Organization for Nursing Leadership," said Marlon Levy, M.D., interim senior vice president, VCU Health Sciences and interim CEO, VCU Health System. "Tina's leadership not only helps differentiate VCU Health as one of the best health systems in the commonwealth, but her deep expertise and unmatched passion will help to improve the lives of patients at other hospitals and academic institutions from across the nation."

As part of her appointment on the AONL board of directors, Mammone will recruit and mentor candidates for the organization’s national offices as well as actively promote an inclusive environment on the board that fosters diversity, equity and inclusion. Board members also work with the American Hospital Association Political Action Committee, which advocates for policies that improve patient care services as well as issues relevant to nursing and healthcare.

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