Congratulations to Professor Elizabeth Rosser, who has been elected to the Board of Directors of the prestigious nursing society Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI). Elizabeth is only one of two members on the STTI Board from outside of the USA. The Board is small with only 10 members in total.
Founded in 1922 STTI recognises the value of leadership, scholarship and excellence in nursing practice. In 1936, STTI became the first U.S. organization to fund nursing research. Today, STTI supports these values through its numerous professional development products and services that focus on the core areas of education, leadership, career development, evidence-based nursing, research, and scholarship.
Elizabeth was elected to the STTI Board at the 43rd Biennium of Sigma Theta Tau International in Las Vegas where she was representing the Phi Mu Chapter (England) as President. It is fitting recognition for Elizabeth’s work in establishing and leading the All England Chapter.