Student Nurses Association

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SNA Board of Directors



President: Chelsea Pond, Level 4/BSN

Vice President: Erin Pifer, Level 4/BSN     

Secretary: Shamera Bird, Level 2/BSN          

Treasurer:  Bradi King, Level 4/BSN                    

Projects Director/Fundraising: Cordale Bavor, Level 2/BSN       

Lunch and Learn Coordinators: Kyliegh Cavazos, Level 4/BSN & Amber Scott, Level 4/BSN

Communications Director/Club Advisory Board Representative: Jillian Kelly, Level 4/BSN

Faculty Advisers:  

Erin Donovan, Ed.D, MSN, RN, Assistant Professor of Nursing (

Lynn Duncan, RN, MSN, Assistant Professor of Nursing (


SNA Mission

"The Student Nurses Association is committed to providing a forum for nursing and pre-nursing students to gather and network, to serve the greater community through volunteering and to raise awareness about

the world of nurses and all that it is."

What does SNA do?

The SNA volunteers time with local charities and and health fairs. We work to give back to the community.  We do this by volunteering in a variety of different ways, from food drives to blood draws.  We also coordinate monthly lunch and learns to educate the community about various topics in the health care field. Look for a schedule of events coming soon on our calendar or our Instagram at CMUSNA.

SNA Constitution & Bylaws

In regards to the recent events, the Student Nurses Association does not condone any persecutory remarks about race, religion, or gender. We uphold the highest level of professionalism and respect as a group and as students in the nursing program.


 SNA Meetings:

Last Monday of every month at 4:00pm in HS 165

Monday, January 28th

Monday, February 25th

Monday, March 25th
Monday, April 29th

 SNA Lunch & Learn:

Check our social media outlets for updates on days, times, and locations


For Questions:

Contact Jillian Kelly at


Follow SNA on:


Instagram: CMUSNA

Snapchat: CMUSNA 

Informative Links

The Student Nurses Association (SNA) at Colorado Mesa University is nationally recognized and maintains close contact with the National Student Nurses