Affiliates are state or U.S. Territory school nurse organizations. They can also be a school nurse group comprised of registered professional school nurse members serving schools outside the U.S.
Each affiliate has a seat on the NASN Board of Directors. The person holding this seat is referred to as the NASN Director.
NASN has 50 affiliates representing:
- 48 states;
- the District of Columbia; and
- OSHNA, the Overseas School Health Nurses Association.
In most cases, when you join NASN, you also join the NASN Affiliate. You pay one amount to join both organizations. FAQs About Joining