Donna L. Murray who currently serves as the assistant director of Admissions and Recruitment at the JFK Muhlenberg School of Nursing in Plainfield, NJ has been elected President of the New Jersey League of Nursing (NJLN) for the 2016-2018 term.
Murray holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Bloomfield College and a master’s degree in nursing from the Women’s Healthcare Nurse Practitioner Program at Rutgers University. She has held a faculty position with JFK Health for over 29 years, including her current position as assistant director of Admissions and Recruitment. Murray is also employed as a Women’s Healthcare Nurse Practitioner with Robert Beim, MD.
The New Jersey League of Nursing is a state constituent league of the National League of Nursing, representing nurses at all levels of educations as well as healthcare consumers. The NLJN is responsible for shaping nursing education and providing resources and scholarship for the Nurses of New Jersey.
The JFK Muhlenberg Harold B. & Dorothy A. Snyder Schools of Nursing carry on a long tradition of educating future nursing professionals through their different schools. JFK Muhlenberg has over 300 students enrolled in their nursing schools annually, offering access to JFK Health System’s equipment and clinical facilities.
After participating as an active member of the New Jersey League of Nursing for more than 20 years, Murray is honored to be elected as their newest President. During her two-year term, Murray is committed to leading membership by investigating new ventures to continue the mission of the NJLN while remaining fiscally responsible for maintaining the organization’s viability in supporting nursing education in New Jersey.
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