The ICN Board of Directors numbers 15 and is comprised of the President, three Vice Presidents and eleven members elected on the basis of ICN voting areas.
All members must meet the ICN definition of nurse and be in good standing in an ICN member association. No member of the Board of Directors shall serve more that two consecutive terms of office.
Functions of the Board
The Board serves as the agent of the Council of Representatives (CNR) and establishes and carries out policy consistent with the framework established by CNR. Functions include those designated by the constitution and those common to all Boards of Directors and are related to setting and monitoring of policy. The implementation of policy and general management of ICN are the responsibility of the Chief Executive Officer and ICN staff.
Members of the ICN Board of Directors are elected to represent nurses and nursing worldwide. They are not the representative of any country or region. However the country of origin of each Board Member is shown in the attached list for the purposes of demographic interest.
|Rosemary Bryant||President (Australia)|
|Rudolph Cini||First Vice-President (Malta)|
|Teresa J.C. Yin||Second Vice-President (Taiwan)|
|Marlene Smadu||Third Vice-President (Canada)|
|Beatríz Carvallo Suaréz||(Colombia)|
|Sylvia Denton||(United Kingdom)|
|Anna Karin Eklund||(Sweden)|
|Marion Guy||(New Zealand)|
|Maria Angela Elias Marroquin||(El Salvador)|
|Maria Augusta Sousa||(Portugal)|