AANP Leadership

Serving the NP Community—Advocating for NPs and Patients

American Association of Nurse Practitioners Leadership

An organization dedicated to advancing the nurse practitioner (NP) role, AANP is governed by a board of directors comprised of volunteers—four officers and 11 regional directors—who are elected by AANP members. A Nomination Council and several committees are charged with guiding the association's efforts related to leadership, practice, research, conferences and more.

AANP welcomes your input and encourages you to participate in these leadership opportunities to help increase awareness of the NP role and improve patient care.

AANP Board of Directors

Meet the fifteen NPs who were elected by AANP members to serve on the board of directors (BOD). You can also learn more about AANP's Chief Executive Officer, who serves as a non-voting member of the board.

Meet the BOD

Summaries of Board of Directors Meetings

Your best interests are at the heart of every AANP decision, and the board of directors meets regularly to discuss the items that are important to the NP role and the health and safety of our patients. View the latest meeting summaries to stay up-to-date with AANP's activities.

View Board Meeting Summaries

Become a Leader

Get involved today to take full advantage of your AANP membership. Your ideas and positive energy are needed to help move your profession and your association forward.

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Elections

Elections for officers, regional directors, state representatives and the Nomination Council are held annually. Explore opportunities for elected leadership, learn more about the process and review the elections timeline.

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Committees and Nomination Council

Members drive AANP’s action. NPs serve on several important committees that inspire and guide the association in key areas, including nominations, practice and research.

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Executive Staff

Do you have a question about AANP’s membership benefits? Are you interested in current efforts related to advocacy, research or practice? AANP staff is pleased to help you.

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