CNAP staff developments
Hello fellow APRN lobbyists,
This week I have notified the CNAP leadership that I have been recruited to another position and have decided to accept, so I am sorry to report that I must resign as CNAP's Public Policy Director. Please know that it has been a sincere pleasure to work with you, and I will continue to cheer for your success. I'll be watching from a different post but will continue to have a keen interest in issues facing advanced practice nursing. Thanks to all of you for your support and patience in educating me in the subject matter, and I'm sorry that our time together in this pursuit ended up being so short.
I will join you for the breakfast with medicine in the morning. I wouldn't want to miss that for anything after all that has led up to this moment. It will, though, likely be the last time I'm together with all of you. I will continue assisting CNAP for another month but mostly working on internal sorts of transitional, wrap-up duties. Please don't hesitate to contact me at any time in the future. I'll always be happy to hear from you. Warmest regards,
Pattie Featherston firstname.lastname@example.org (512) 913-2966
P.S. My new job is with the LBB.