The AHA’s American Organization for Nursing Leadership affiliate has elected as its 2022 president-elect Deborah Zimmermann, chief clinical officer and principal for Leaders in Care, Richmond, Va. As president-elect, Zimmermann will become AONL president in 2021. AONL also elected Simmy King, chief nursing informatics and education officer at Children’s National Health System in Washington, D.C., to a three-year term as treasurer and five members to three-year terms on its board of directors: Patricia Noga, vice president of clinical affairs for the Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association; Claire Zangerle, chief nurse executive at Allegheny Health Network in Pittsburgh; Brandy Matthews, chief nursing officer for UK HealthCare in Lexington, Ky; Shannon Fucik, senior nursing director for emergency services, trauma, critical care transport and patient logistics at Children's Mercy Kansas City (Mo.); and Charles Larsen, clinical operations regional lead for Central Logic in Phoenix. 

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