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Nursing Advisory Council

Nursing Advisory Council: Learn more and apply to become a member

The Spok Nursing Advisory Council (NAC) is designed to bring together nurse executives and nursing subject matter experts to solicit feedback and guidance on Spok Go® offerings, solutions, and service levels to better meet customer needs while guiding the future of scalable and cost-effective collaboration among clinicians.

Apply to be a member

As a member of the Spok NAC, you’ll help improve clinical products and serve as a sounding board on subjects including clinical strategy, new and potential products/solutions, go-to-market strategy, and more. You can be a tremendous influence and complement to the effectiveness of our clinical solutions. As an NAC member you will:

  • Give back: Opportunity for you to share professional expertise, insights, and experiences to develop effective clinical platforms for nursing
  • Be in the know: Learn about upcoming product releases in advance and provide feedback before general release to customers
  • Work with peers: Experience valuable networking opportunities with nursing colleagues at other organizations using Spok Go®
  • Engage in strategic dialogue: Participate in robust discussions that help influence the strategic direction/product roadmap
  • Sharpen leadership skills: Sharpen your leadership skills in a supportive environment
  • Develop your career: Bolster your image/reputation in the industry and enhance your resume

Complete the form to learn more or for consideration to be part of the Spok NAC.

I want to become a member of the NAC

Current NAC members:

Terri Chapman

Terri Chapman, RN, MSN, RN-BC

Nursing Informatics Analyst
Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation

Sarah Cypher

Sarah Cypher, DNP, RN, CMSRN, NE-BC

Director of Nursing
Froedtert Health

Teresa Niblett

Teresa Niblett, MS, RN-BC

Chief Nursing Informatics Officer
TidalHealth Peninsula Regional

Stacy White

Stacy White, MSN, RN, CMSRN

Nurse Manager,
Telepage and Service Response
VCU Health System