Region 9 Affiliate of the American Organization of Nurse Executives

Membership Information About Benefits, Criteria, and Dues

NONL Membership

Current Members

Current members log in here.

Membership Criteria

Full Members of NONL consist of (implied) nurse leaders. This includes:

  • RNs who hold an organizational role of administration/management/leadership/education/quality/risk that is accountable for strategic, operational, and/or performance outcomes in sites where health care is delivered
  • faculty, deans, directors, and educators in graduate, undergraduate nursing programs, and education departments in healthcare institutions
  • consultants in nursing administration/management practice
  • persons working in professional associations, regulatory agencies and/or accrediting health care organizations
  • editors of professional journals
  • past presidents of the organization, regardless of current work position

Membership options also include Student Members, Honorary Members, Emeritus Members, and Friends of NONL Members. Refer to the NONL Bylaws for more information.

Membership Benefits

Membership benefits are in leadership & development, professional collaboration, educational opportunities, legislative representation, and professional nursing, including:

  • Access to NV nursing colleagues in leadership positions for information exchange & mentoring
  • Access to nurse leaders throughout the United States through AONE
  • Access to Nevada Hospital Association issues, agendas, and priorities
  • Access to quality leadership, education, conferences, and seminars
  • Access to political process
  • Focus education on member-identified priorities
  • Regular legislative updates of issues impacting healthcare and nursing
  • Unified voice in political process to effectively impact healthcare legislation/policy in Nevada
  • Statewide collaborative efforts to positively impact how residents in Nevada understand or view the nursing profession
  • General membership meetings
  • Shared expertise among colleagues
  • Networking opportunities
  • Increased communication among nurse leaders
  • Relevant healthcare news

Membership Dues

Individual membership dues are $100 per year or $180 for two years.

Group memberships are also available at reduced rates, depending on the number of individuals covered:

  • 5 - 10 members: $95 per year each or $171 for two years each
  • 11 - 20 members: $90 per year each or $162 for two years each
  • 21+ members: $80 per year each or $144 for two years each

Membership Application

Individual membership application form

Group membership application form — group membership is available to cover multiple people at an institution or organization at discounted rates.