Wendy Fish elected as first vice president of the Virginia Nursing Student Association

Wendy Fish of Portsmouth, a first-year nursing student at Paul D. Camp Community College, was elected to serve as the Virginia Nursing Student Association’s (VNSA) first vice president for 2017-18 during the organization’s annual convention held recently at James Madison University.
 
Fish will be responsible for planning and overseeing the annual statewide convention of Nursing Student Association (NSA) chapters, which includes more than 70 active chapters. She will also serve on several standing committees and participate in the Executive Council meetings and decision making process.
 
She serves as president of the PDCCC nursing class of 2018. Fish has a 4.0 grade point average and is a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.
 
In addition, she is a mother of six and has two grandchildren. “I am a USAF daughter, a USN veteran, USN wife and USN mother,” she said. Her children are enrolled at four different Virginia colleges. She recently accepted a position as RN nursing student NCP at Sentara Obici Hospital in Suffolk. Fish is not only active in Parish Life at Christ the King Catholic Church, Norfolk, but also as a member of the Virginia Medical Reserve Corp in Portsmouth.
 
She will represent the VNSA next week when she attends the National Student Nurse Association Convention in Dallas, Texas, along with six of her classmates, Kathryn Fry, Ayla Sherman, Brittany Johnson, Karla Johnson, Ansley Moore and Taylor Henry, and incoming NSA advisor Kimberly Lowe.