The Philippine Nurses Association of Wisconsin is pleased to announce the oath taking ceremony of the Executive Board 2016-2018 during their Annual Holiday party on December 5, 2015 at the Clinical Cancer Center Conference Hall, Froedtert Hospital, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The newly inducted board are: Marilyn Mallari, president elect and members: Sarah Austria, Nieves Soriano, Shelardino Capitan, Pam Marcelino, Maria Tilistyak, Virna Daquioag, Jackie Tulod, Minnie Parbs, Rowena Poticar and Abegail Mira. Distinguished guest speaker and inducting officer was Bessie Schiroky, PNAA Regional Vice president for the North Central Region. In her inspiring address, she shared her PNAA experiences and talked about the achievements and projects of NCR during her term. She emphasized the importance of PNAWI as a strategic PNAA presence on the north near non- represented northern states like the Dakotas, Nebraska, Iowa and Minnesota. Gem Cubos, current PNAWI president who ends her term on January 2016 was awarded a PNAA Certificate of Appreciation along with the officers and board of 2014-2016. Other PNAA NCR guests in attendance were: Bryan Ranchero, PNA Illinois president-elect and Manelita Dayon of PNA Northwestern Indiana. Bessie Schiroky and Manelita Dayon entertained the crowd with a beautiful rendition of Christmas carols during the Holiday party.
A special PNAWI meeting and welcome night was held on December 4, 2015 with guests, PNAA president elect Dino Doliente III, Miss Bessie Schiroky and Bryan Ranchero. Dino Doliente was unable to join the oath taking ceremony the next day due to a previous commitment that weekend. The election of PNAWI officers will be held on the first nurses meeting on January 16, 2015. PNAWI is looking forward to 2016 as they continue to reach new endeavors and gain more success in the NCR.
PNAWI president 2014-2016
PNAWI had a successful Halloween fundraiser on October 31, 2015 at the Philipiine Center, Zablocki park, Milwaukee,Wisconsin. It was a glitzy, frightfully fun night with a sold out crowd. Guests enjoyed raffles, games, trick or treat for the kids and the most anticipated best costume contests . Judges for the costume competition were Tom Hey,Continue Reading
President Benigno Aquino III visited Chicago on a working visit on May 6-7, his first visit to the Us Midwest since assuming office in 2010. He was joined by key members of his cabinet, Trade and Industry Secretary Greg Domingo, Finance Secretary Cesar Purisima and Philippine Ambassador to US Jose Cuisia, Jr. Nine delegates fromContinue Reading
PNA WI Health and Wellness Conference The Philippine Nurses Association of Wisconsin held their Health and Wellness Conference on June 6, 2015 at the Clinical Cancer Center, Froedtert Hospital and Medical College of Wisconsin. The theme was “ Healthy Body, Healthy Minds: Holistic Approach in Nursing Practice”. The organization aimed to focus on healthy livingContinue Reading
Philippine Nurses Association of America, Induction of Officers Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada Leticia C. Hermosa, PNAA President 2014-2016 Acceptance Speech June 28, 2014 His Excellency, Ambassador Jose L. Cuisia Jr.; PNAA Executive Board and Advisory Council; State Chapter Officers and members; my fellow nurses, distinguished guests: I stand before you tonight to accept theContinue Reading
The 35th Philippine Nurses Association of America National Convention was recently held on June 24-29, 2014 at Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas hosted by PNA Nevada chapter. The theme was “ PNAA Social Construct: Sustaining Global Health, Empowering Collaboration”. June 24 was a welcome night for early arrivals and pre-registration. PNAA Executive Board meeting, Regional meetingsContinue Reading
PNA Greater Kansas hosted the 14th Philippine Nurses Association of America, Inc. North Central Regional Conference at The Westin Crown Center, Kansas city, Missouri on April 25- 27, 2014. This year’s theme was “ Nursing Excellence Through Strategic Empowerment, Synergistic Collaboration and Social Action “. Gem Cubos and Rose Parolanan represented PNA WI. On theContinue Reading