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NRHA announces new and future leaders

Leadership for the National Rural Health Association is secure for 2015 and beyond, thanks to recent elections for its Board of Trustees positions and selection of candidates for its Rural Health Fellows program. NRHA members elected Lisa Kilawee as president-elect. She will assume the duties of NRHA president in 2016, and Jodi Schmidt will serve as president in 2015. Dave Pearson was elected to serve as NRHA’s board treasurer in 2015 and 2016. NRHA is pleased to announce all individuals elected by their peers to serve in leadership roles. NRHA is also proud to announce its ninth class of Rural Health Fellows. After a competitive review process, 16 fellows were selected to participate in this yearlong, intensive program aimed at developing leaders who can articulate a clear and compelling vision for rural America. “Once again, this class represents various levels of rural health expertise,” NRHA CEO Alan Morgan said. “With the successes achieved by the previous classes, we look forward to continuing the tradition of building rural health care leaders through this valuable program.” Their first meeting will be during NRHA’s Rural Health Policy Institute Feb. 3-5 in Washington, D.C.

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