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American Nephrology Nurses Association Renews Management Contract with Anthony J. Jannetti, Inc.
PITMAN, NJ The American Nephrology Nurses Association (ANNA) recently renewed its national office management services agreement through 2014 with Anthony J. Jannetti, Inc. (AJJ), its longstanding association management partner.
The mutual trust and loyalty that exists between ANNA and AJJ has been built over many years and has contributed directly to the associations success, said ANNA President Sandra Bodin, MA, RN, CNN. It is great to work with a company that guides our leaders with both creativity and sound business practices.
Established in 1972, AJJ is a national health care association management, marketing, communications, and publishing firm based in Pitman, NJ. Accredited by the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), AJJ provides both full-service and partial management services to over 30 clients.
ANNA first began its relationship with AJJ in 1980, with services evolving and expanding over the years. Today, AJJ provides ANNA with:
Comprehensive central office management, including day-to-day administration of ANNA business and services under the direction of the ANNA President and Board of Directors
- Fiscal management
- Marketing and strategic planning consultation
- Membership development and administration of membership services
- Executive director services
- Comptroller services
- National office support staff services
- Education services
- Conference, registration, and exhibit management services
- Nephrology Nursing Journal publication management and national advertising representation
- Editorial, art, and production services
- Corporate grant solicitation
- Membership list sales representation
- Data processing services/fulfillment information services
- Public relations and media outreach
- Web site and Internet services
As ANNAs incoming president, I am excited about AJJs expertise, stability and forward thinking practices, said ANNA President-Elect Sue Cary, MN, APRN, NP, CNN. AJJs guidance is invaluable to helping us serve our own nephrology nurse members, their patients, and the entire nursing community.
For more information on ANNA, contact the ANNA National Office, East Holly Avenue/Box 56, Pitman, NJ 08071-0056; phone: 1-888-600-ANNA or (856) 256-2320; fax: 856-589-7463; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Web site: www.annanurse.org.
ANNA is a professional nursing association with over 12,000 members. Its mission is to advance nephrology nursing practice and positively influence outcomes for patients with kidney disease through advocacy, scholarship, and excellence.
AJJ is an association management, marketing, and publishing company serving the health care industry and specialty nursing associations. Visit us on the Web at www.ajj.com.