Empowering Hispanic Nurses since 1991
NAHN Phoenix Chapter is committed to advancing the health of the Hispanic community in Arizona through advocacy, educational, professional, and leadership opportunities for Hispanic Nurses.
Familismo | Excellence | Commitment
Collaboration | Inclusive
Leaders in Hispanic Healthcare
It is my greatest honor to be the President of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses- Phoenix Chapter. This has been a goal I have had since 2017 when I first joined NAHN as a nursing student. I will strive to promote advocacy, educational, and professional opportunities for Hispanic nurses. I was welcomed into NAHN with open arms by strangers who became my mentors and are now like family. I truly believe in giving back to the community and ensuring our community feels a sense of belonging in nursing. To ensure representation of your goals, I will empower our community by making connections in our community. As the President of NAHN-Phoenix, I promise to always put the interest of NAHN first and to be exemplary of our values. Gracias a ustedes! NAHN wouldn't be what it is today without the incredible work of our Board of Directors and of course our membership!
- Ashley Merida, BSN, RN
Want the opportunity to shape the future careers of nursing students? Maricopa Community Colleges is looking to fill residential, adjunct faculty, and staff positions in the RN, LPN, NA, and continuing education programs. Learn more about the different types of positions available and submit a short interest form to get started:
On September 15th, NAHN Phoenix received The Premio Corazón at the 32nd Annual Profiles of Success. Thank you to Valle Del Sol for awarding us such a prestigious award! The Premio Corazón is Awarded to a corporation or nonprofit that has made significant positive impacts for Arizona’s Latino community.