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New Jersey Long-Term Care Leaders Coalition

NJDONA/LTC Executive Board

President Judith McFarland, RN, RAC-CT, CDONA, FACDONA

Vice President Steven Missaggia, RN, CDONA, FACDONA

Secretary Yolanda Golebiowski, BSN, RN-BC, RAC-CT, CDP

Treasurer Kathleen Powell, BSN, RN, CRRN, CALA

Awards Chairperson Patricia Alfano, RN

By-Laws Chairperson Maureen Cholette, RN-BC, CDONA, FACDONA

Membership Chairperson MaryAnn Kopie, RN

Nominations Chairperson Rowan Reyes, RN, WCC

Education Chairperson Joseph Boney, MSN, RN, NEA-BC,

CDONA, FACDONA

Newsletter Committee Toni Swick, RN, CDONA

Alicia Fereno,BSN, RN, CDONA

County Representatives

Atlantic/Cape May County:
Bernadette Perna, RNC, CALA, CPD, CDONA, FACDONA

Bergen/Passaic County:
 Steven Missaggia, RN, CDONA, FACDONA

Burlington County:
Marjorie Berleth, MSHA, LNC, RN-BC, FACNONA
Maureen Cholette, RN-BC, CDONA, FACDONA

Camden County:
Patricia Feeley, RN

Cumberland/Gloucester/Salem County:
Barbara Murphy, BSN, RN, CALA, CDONA
Mary Ann Kopie, RN

Essex County:
Patricia Alfano, RN

Hudson/Union County:
Joseph Boney, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, CDONA, FACDONA

Hunterdon County:
Frances Gerber, MSN, RN

Mercer County:
Rowan Reyes, RN, WCC

Middlesex County:
Linda Sue Patron, RN, BS, CALA, DRS

Monmouth County:
Yolanda Golebiowski, RN-BC, BSN, RAC-CT

Morris/Sussex/Warren County:
Judith McFarland, RN, RAC-CT, CDONA, FACDONA

Ocean County
Alicia Fereno, BSN, RN, CDONA

Contact Information:

Sherry Robb NJADONA/LTC

Director of Association Affairs

Email: njadona@comcast.net

Phone: (856) 468-9869

Fax: (856) 468-9865

195 Carriage Hill Circle

Mantua, NJ 08051-1161

The mission of NJADONA/LTC is to offer support and education to New Jersey Directors of Nursing in long-term care. We offer an annual convention, workshops and seminars throughout the year, a newsletter and access to the New Jersey Directors of Nursing Membership List.

The association was established as a non-profit corporation in 1985 to promote the common interests of its members, including but not limited to unifying the nursing administrators of long-term care facilities in New Jersey; providing a more effective vehicle for the expression of the member views to state and federal legislators and regulators responsible for drafting legislation, regulation and standards of care affecting members; providing educational information through seminars; and otherwise engaging in such other and further activities as will serve the interests of its members.


The association is governed by a board of directors that meets monthly in Princeton.