The most recent NAO award winners—Canary Savage Girardeau Cert ’55, who received the Distinguished Achievement Award, and Cassondra (Cassie) Dietrick ‘19, who received the Outstanding Badger Nursing Award—serve as exemplary leaders in the profession and society.
The UW Nurses Alumni Organization (NAO) salutes alumni each year who have made significant contributions to the nursing profession. The most recent winners—Nancy Kaufman ’71, who received the Distinguished Achievement Award, and Jessica Kendall ‘14, who received the Outstanding Badger Nursing Award—both give their time and talent to the School and are members of NAO and the Badger Nurse Network.
While student-alumni connections are a valuable part of the BNN, the network is not just for practicing nurses. Whether you’re practicing, retired, or pursuing a different profession, the Badger Nurse Network needs your feedback on how your nursing education has contributed to your professional and personal development.
Is this a fundraising initiative? No. The purpose of the Badger Nurse Network is to promote collaboration and engagement among Badger Nurses.
The Badger Nurse Network is a diverse group of UW–Madison Nursing alumni who are active members in their community and exemplary Badger nurses. Network members help the school develop leaders for the profession and society by creating a supportive and engaged professional community.