2018 Utah ENA Executive Board

STATE COUNCIL PRESIDENT,Immediate Past president, and sTate council Board members

PRESIDENT

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Shannon Marie Flitton MSN, BSN, RN, CEN
Email: csbflitton@gmail.com
Term: 01/01/2018 - 12/31/2018

Shannon is currently the Director of Education for Jordan Valley and Jordan Valley West Hospitals in the Steward Healthcare System with 17 years of nursing experience and a love of teaching and Emergency Medicine.  Shannon is also an ENPC and TNCC Course Director.



IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT

Lucas Christofferson MSN/L, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, CCRN, TCRN
Term: 01/01/2017 - 12/31/2017

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Lucus is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing in the School of Nursing, Idaho State University. He teaches Adult Health I and II, along with Adult Health Clinical and Professional Nursing Capstone. He has worked in Level 1 trauma centers as well as small, rural facilities and Life Flight Ground Transport. He has been a manager and educator in the ED. He has board certifications in Emergency, Pediatric Emergency, and Critical Care Nursing. He serves as an article reviewer for the Journal of Emergency Nursing, along with test-item writing and book reviewer for ENA publications and certification exams. He is a BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, and ENPC instructor, along with being a course director for TNCC and ENPC. He currently works PRN as a House Supervisor at a local hospital.

When not busy, he enjoys traveling and working on his doctorate. He recently has returned from two trips to the UK and plans on returning back to Europe for two more trips in the next year: Scandinavia and Germany/Switzerland/Austria. 

 


   Stacie Hunsaker, RN, MSN, CEN, CPEN

Stacie Keller Hunsaker, MSN, BSN, RN, CEN
Email: stacie-hunsaker@byu.edu

Stacie is an assistant professor of nursing at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. She has worked 20 of her 27 years of nursing in emergency departments in the roles of staff nurse, charge nurse, nurse manager, simulation facilitator and regional nurse educator.  She currently teaches nursing students full time and continues to work a shift a week in the ED of a level 2 trauma center. Stacie loves teaching healthcare providers and continues to teach in the hospital setting as well. She maintains dual board certifications in emergency nursing and pediatric emergency nursing. Stacie has served in the past as the Emergency Nurses Association Utah State Council president for 2 terms

She lives in Orem, Utah with her husband and five children, ages 7-21. When she is not working, Stacie loves to travel, cook, read, and shop. She loves being a nurse and cannot imagine doing anything else!

STATE COUNCIL SECRETARY/TREASURER

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TREASURER
Robyn Larkin RN

 

 

 Cleary Wunder

Cleary Wunder

SECRETARY
Cleary Wunder BSN, RN


MEMBERSHIP CHAIR(S)

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Sondra S Heaston, MS, RN, CEN
Email: sondra-heaston@byu.edu

Sondra is an Associate Teaching Professor of Nursing at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah as well as a nurse practitioner at Premier Family Medical Urgent Care.  Prior to this she worked 20 years in the emergency department as a staff nurse.  She currently teaches in the critical care semester of the nursing program in the didactic, skills lab, and clinical setting.  She is also a faculty advisor to the BYU Student Nurses Association Board.  She is currently certified in emergency nursing (CEN) as well as a nurse educator (CNE).  She has been active in leadership of the Emergency Nurses Association on a local, state and a national level.  She presently is the Utah ENA Membership Chair and serves as a member of the National ENA Annual Meeting Planning Committee.  She lives in Provo, Utah with her husband and two children.  She loves traveling, shopping, and chocolate.  


 

IQSIP CHAIRS

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Kelsie Olsen, MBA, BSN, RN, CEN
Email: kelsierolsen@gmail.com

Kelsie is a director who oversees patient transports and transfers from critical access hospitals who require a higher level of care. She over sees facilities within the states of Alaska, Idaho and Utah. She has 14 years of Emergency Department clinical experience and prior to getting her MBA and moving into administration- she spent her career working at a level 1 Trauma Center which helped her find an amazing path of overseeing a Level 3 Trauma program. Her love for process improvement, evidence based medicine and patient safety have always been the focus of her care.

She is a BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, and ENPC instructor, along with being a course director for TNCC and ENPC.

On her free days, she loves spending time with her 2 black labs (Indie & Magic), Standard Poodle (Bezu), Jensen (her awesome sister) and her boyfriend Chad!


ENA BOARD LIAISON

Maureen Curtis Cooper, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, FAEN
Email: Maureen.Cooper@ena.org