Board of Directors
Timothy Quigley, DNP, MBA, RN, NEA-BC
Tim is the Senior VP of Special Projects at South Shore Health and has also served as VP of Patient Care Services and Chief Nurse Executive at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and in various roles at Massachusetts General Hospital, including Clinical Assistant Professor at MGH’s Institute of Health Professions. His career has included service on many boards and teams including the VHA Health Front in Woburn, Boston University’s Health Policy Unit, the Boston-EMS Regional Council, the Grayken Center for Treatment at South Shore, and the Organization of Nurse Leaders of MA, RI, NH, and CT, from whom he received the Mary B. Concession Leadership Award in 2013.
Patricia A. McGaffigan, MS, RN, CPPS
Patricia is Vice President, Safety at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and President, Certification Board for Professionals in Patient Safety. She has also held positions with the National Patient Safety Foundation, Philips Healthcare, and Aspect Medical Systems, and has served on many boards and committees, including the National Steering Committee for Patient Safety, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Joint Commission, Coalition to Improve Diagnosis, Planetree Person-Centered Certification Committee, and the Massachusetts Coalition for the Prevention of Medical Errors.
Lynne Hancock, DNP, RN, NE-BC
Lynne is the immediate Past President of ANA Massachusetts. Lynne has been a nurse for 27 years, all in pediatrics. She currently serves at Magnet® Program and Project Director, Nursing Patient Care Operations at Boston Children's Hospital. She has lived and practiced in 7 states, as well as Washington DC.
Sharon T. Callender, RN, MPH
Sharon is the Director of Family and Community Health Services at Mattapan Community Health Center. She has an extensive nursing career and has received honors including the 2018 President’s Award from the New England Regional Black Nurses Association, Inc. (NERBNA) and the Community Partnership Award from the Boston Public Health Commission. Sharon currently serves on the Nursing Advisory Board at Roxbury Community College, is a mentor for nursing students in the Dotson Bridge and Mentoring Program at Simmons University and for graduate students in the Diversity Scholars Leadership Program at Boston University School of Public Health. She is a past President of NERBNA, as well as a past board member of the National Black Nurses Association, Inc.
David Ball, MS
David is the Founder and President of Ball Consulting Group, LLC, an award-winning, full-service strategic communications and public relations firm that specializes in health care. Before launching Ball Consulting Group in 2004, David held executive communications positions with the Massachusetts Health and Hospital Association (MHA), MassHealth, the MA Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS), and the Massachusetts Extended Care Federation (now the MA Senior Care Association). In addition, he worked in Massachusetts state government for 13 years and served on the adjunct faculty of Emerson College for four years.
Marie Borgella, RN, DNP
Marie is a Nurse Director at Massachusetts General Hospital and has in-depth nursing experience both as a bedside nurse and in academia and nursing leadership. She has been a program manager for Action Community Development for Dimock Institute and has led nursing teams specializing in pediatric neuroscience, general medicine, oncology, critical care, psychiatry, and substance disorders. Marie’s passion is in leading DEI initiatives and serving underserved communities, including advisory work with Rosie’s Place, Believe in Success, and Madison Park High School. Marie has served as adjunct clinical faculty at many Greater Boston colleges and holds a doctorate in Nursing Practice from the MGH Institute of Health Professions. She has recently co-authored a book chapter for Health Inequities in Populations and assisted in evaluation of a health equity course for Harvard Medical School.
Patricia A. Edwards, EdD, RN, ANEF
Pat is a self-employed Consultant providing expert guidance in academic and nursing practice areas. During her career, she held administrative and faculty positions at Simmons University and Excelsior University, Director positions at Children's Specialized hospital and Saratoga hospital and as an Appraiser/Team Leader for the Magnet® Nursing Services Recognition program. She has served on the boards of the Northeastern NY Chapter Association of Rehabilitation Nurses as Treasurer, the Capital District Nursing Research Alliance as Secretary & Treasurer and as a member of the ANA Massachusetts Nomination committee. In 2009, she was inducted as a Fellow of the Academy of Nursing Education.
Raquel Reynolds, PhD, RN, MSN, PHCNS-BC
Dr. Raquel Yvonne Lopez Reynolds has been a nurse for 31 years and has taught in schools of nursing since 2005. She has practiced in a variety of settings, including acute care, outpatient care, and community care. Raquel is a certified clinical nurse specialist in public/community health nursing. Her doctoral work explored the relationship between work stress and metabolic health outcomes. She completed a pilot study exploring the relationship between work stress and metabolic health outcomes, a secondary analysis of the relationship between shift work and health outcomes in nurses, and a study that examined relationship between readability and health literacy on adherence to post-exposure prophylaxis in patients who experienced sexual assault. Currently, Raquel is exploring the impact of Covid-19 symptoms experienced after hospitalization on the daily lives of Black and Latinx populations in the Greater Boston area.
Cidalia J. Vital, PhD, RN, CNL, CRRN
Cidalia is Program Director Nursing Research and Holistic Nursing at Baystate Medical Center. She was the recent vice-chair of the National Research Committee for the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses and has also served on boards including the ANA Massachusetts and the American Board of Perianesthesia Nursing Certification. Cidalia holds a doctorate in nursing from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and has authored or co-authored articles in journals including the Journal of Perianesthesia Nursing, American Nurse Today, and Rehabilitation Nursing Journal.
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