SFSU Sequoia Nursing Students Association (NSA)
Who Are We?
We, the Sequoia NSA officers, are your elected leadership team for the 2017-2018 school year. We are your voice, your advocates, and your support system for the challenging world of nursing school. We attend and give updates at faculty meetings, facilitate outreach within the community, fundraise for cohort needs, as well as work on more behind-the-scenes action throughout the year.
We try to provide resources and information to ensure success for both Cohort XIII and XIV. If you ever feel the need for advice or support, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.
Questions, comments, or concerns? Feel free to contact the NSA officers at the following email address: email@example.com
President: Arnold Valentino
Treasurer: Jen DeLago
Pinning Co-Directors: Emily Kucera and Britta Lindstrom
Community Service Co-Directors: Loan Huynh and Nerissa Ignacio
Public Relations Co-Directors: Eugenia Park and Rachael Yao
Fundraising Co-Directors: Madison Crowley and Nicole Allen
The student body of the School of Nursing at San Francisco State University recognizes the importance of having a student organization to represent Nursing students on campus, to be named Nursing Students Association at San Francisco State University, hereinafter referred to as NSA at SFSU/Sequoia. This organization exists to promote a positive image of the School of Nursing and to encourage students to participate in school related activities sponsored by our Association, and to encourage them in their choosing the profession of Nursing. NSA at SFSU/Sequoia will serve as a constituent chapter of the California Nursing Students’ Association and the National Student Nurses’ Association, hereinafter referred to as CNSA and NSNA, respectively.
The NSA will be the voice for the student body. Every officer accepts the position freely and embrace the opportunity to be part of the NSA. As an officer of the NSA we/you have also accepted the responsibilities that are a part of being an officer. As an individual of the NSA each one of us has an opportunity to leave an imprint on society, whether it is through a toy drive, a published article, or creating a resolution. We are in a position to make changes.