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Chapter Highlights: Chapter 420

Posted By Ashley Lovelace, Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Highlights from Chapter 420

Lynette Short, MSN, RN, NOVA Chapter President 

Central Virginia VA Health Care System, Richmond, Virginia

Community Service - School Drive

The chapter conducted our annual School Supply Drive during the fall. The supplies donated by chapter members were presented by Chapter Board Member Marva Griffin and Chapter President Lynette Short to students at Ephesus Junior Academy in Richmond, Virginia. The students, staff and principal were beyond grateful for the donations. 

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Marva Griffin, Lynette Short 

  and Ephesus Junior Academy Students

Chapter Kudos

Congratulations to chapter members who received NOVA Awards in 2019: Cynthia Solomon, MS, BSN, RN, ACNP-BC (APRN Excellence Award) and Sheleda Marks, LPN (LPN/LVN Excellence Award). Cynthia is a nurse practitioner in oncology and Sheleda is a nurse who works in the community living center.

Sheleda Marks, LPN and Cynthia Solomon, NP

Chapter 420 Holiday Meeting

Chapter 420 held our annual holiday meeting in December 2019. Dr. Kristin Windon, ADPCS of the Central Virginia Health Care System, presented on the “State of the Central Virginia VA Health Care System (CVHCS)” Her presentation was well received. 

Dr. Windon received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Virginia and her Doctorate in Education - Higher Education Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. She is s a Gerontological Clinical Nurse Specialist who is certified in Nursing Professional Development. Dr. Windon is married to a Marine, and her father and three uncles served in the Navy.

Dr. Windon was appointed as the CVHCS ADPCS in September 2019 and is responsible for the direct supervision of Nursing Service, Chaplain Service, and Sterile Processing Service, providing direct and indirect care for our Veterans. She served as Acting ADPCS for five months after serving as the Deputy Associate Chief of Staff/Education Service for 10 years. Prior to these roles, Dr. Windon served as a critical care nurse, nurse researcher, utilization review nurse, nursing professor, nursing program director, and nursing program consultant.

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Kristin Windon, EdD, MSN, RN, AGCNS, NPD-BC

ADPCS, Central Virginia VA Health Care System

Tags:  Chapter 420  Community Service  Cynthia Solomon  Kristin Windon  Marva Griffin  NOVA  School Drive  Sheleda Marks 

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