The responsibilities of this committee encompass the review and revision of the Bylaws, including the drafting of the proposed amendments for approval by the MoANA board.
The Continuing Education Committee is responsible for developing policy and program recommendations for the association’s continuing professional education program.
The role of the finance committee is primarily to provide financial oversight for the organization.
The committee is made up of experts in the political realm of legislation and regulation who work with state legislators and regulators.
The purpose of the Website / Internet Committee is to develop and manage MoANA’s internet presence, which includes both the traditional website and social media.
The Nominating Committee oversees the electoral process, reviews candidate submissions, and prepares the official ballot for all elective offices.
The Missouri Association of Nurse Anesthetists Political Action Committee (MoANA PAC) is a political action committee representing the interests of CRNAs in Missouri. It is a voluntary, nonprofit committee established to elect candidates that will advance MoANA’s legislative program.
The Missouri Association of Nurse Anesthetists (MoANA) has more than 1236 members. MoANA was founded in 1935 by 15 charter members, including Helen Lamb of St. Louis. She became the first president of MoANA and later served as president of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA), our parent organization.