Our first installment of the presidential leadership series begins with a conversation with former AANA president Terry Wicks. His decorated career includes this year leading the organization in 2006-07, and we’ll go back with him to discuss the highlights, the challenges, and what he still remembers about the experience. You’ll enjoy some great stories along the way.
The rundown for today's episode:
1:53 – Welcoming Terry Wicks to the show.
2:19 – Introducing the Presidential Leadership Series we’ll be doing.
3:26 – Sharon has a story about Terry she wants to share first.
5:02 – Terry talks about the new endeavor he’s taking on at UNC-Greensboro.
6:14 – Highlights from his year as president of the AANA from 2006-07
8:52 – There were some challenges as well.
10:28 – We want to do this series to teach people about the history of the industry and those that have impacted CRNAs.
11:45 – The accessibility of leaders has been so rewarding.
13:17 – What Terry enjoyed best about being the AANA president.
14:40 – What the travel is really like for an AANA president.
16:32 – Another unforgettable story that Terry will always remember.
18:14 – What advice would you give an incoming AANA president?
20:20 – What ways did your experiences shape your participation in the AANA after you left office?
22:30 – Helping people deal with substance abuse has become a passion.
23:46 – What advice would you share with new CRNAs?
25:09 – Is there another profession you’d like to be a part of if you had your choice?
26:50 – Some parting words from Terry.
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