The Virtues of MOAA’s First Virtual Chapter
COL. Jeri Graham, USA (Ret) discusses the virtues of a virtual MOAA chapter. As President of MOAA’s Uniformed Services Nurse Advocates Virtual Chapter, Jeri talks about starting the virtual chapter, how it works, how it brings together people outside of geographical locations and fosters the growth of localized chapters. The Chapter focuses on health care issues relating to legislative concerns. This is the Military Officers Association of America’s first virtual chapter.
Although soldiers are often thought of as the heroes of war, some of the most heroic and selfless acts of bravery and compassion come from the many thousands of nurses who serve during wartime. It is they, the often unspoken heroes of the tragedy and horrors of combat, that deserve our respect every bit as much as the brave young men and women who head out into battle. Amidst all the carnage and destruction of war, they stand as beacons of hope, compassion, and mercy.
First Virtual Chapter for MOAA
MOAA Army Nurse Advocates Virtual Chapter transitioned to MOAA Uniformed Services Nurse Advocates Virtual Chapter on March 1, 2017
Would you like to learn more about the MOAA web-based virtual affiliates? Please join the MOAA Army Nurse Advocates Virtual Chapter President, COL Jeri Graham, USA (Ret) and Vice-President, LTC Joseph Gollasch, USA (Ret), as they provide a short overview on how a core group of MOAA members, who are already bound together with some common purpose or ongoing activity, can establish other virtual chapters by following these easy start-up steps. View Webinar
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