Choosing Not To Go It Alone - Boards Sharing to Achieve Mutual Benefit

  • 06 Apr 2100
  • Virtual - at your desktop



All regulatory boards are charged with the same mission: protection of the health, safety, and welfare of the public. These boards, particularly those with limited human and financial resources, face numerous challenges in working towards this mission. When regulatory boards within a jurisdiction, as well as other state agencies, are able and willing to work together, public protection can be enhanced and legislative mandates and other issues can be more effectively addressed. We invite you to come hear three different examples of how regulatory agencies/organizations have, through their collaborative models, shared resources and expertise to support each other in their roles.

Lanette L. Anderson has been licensed as a registered nurse since 1980, and completed a Masters in Nursing Administration in 2006.  Ms. Anderson graduated from law school at West Virginia University in 1992 and has been licensed as an attorney in the State of West Virginia since that time.  Ms. Anderson is the Executive Director of the West Virginia State Board of Examiners for Licensed Practical Nurses. She has been employed with the Board since 1992, and has been the ED since 2001.  She has served on a variety of committees with the National Council of State Boards of Nursing and the Council on Licensure, Enforcement, and Regulation.  Ms. Anderson is currently an adjunct faculty member in the Kaplan University School of Nursing. Ms. Anderson is also an adjunct faculty member in the LPN to BSN program at Mountain State University in West Virginia, teaching leadership, legal issues, ethics, and issues in health care.  Ms. Anderson frequently conducts presentations to nurses, students, employers, and nurse educators.

Deanna Williams is the Registrar at the Ontario College of Pharmacists. After graduating as a pharmacist in 1976, she acquired practical experience in many pharmacy settings, including hospital, community and the Ministry of Health as Policy Coordinator with the Drug Programs Reform Secretariat. She joined the Ontario College of Pharmacists in 1994, holding the positions of Director of Programs, and Deputy Registrar before assuming the position of Registrar in 2000. In 2003-2004 Deanna served as the first Canadian President of the Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation (CLEAR) and was President of the Federation of Health Regulatory Colleges of Ontario for the 2006/2007 term.

Tom Gottlieb is a licensed Professional Engineer and is Vice President, Licensing Solutions Division at Versa Systems responsible for all aspects of Versa’s regulatory solutions practice. He has over 30 years of experience in the data processing industry with the last 17 years dedicated exclusively to government regulatory systems. Tom directed the company’s first Regulatory Boards System development project in 1991 and has focused on the regulatory field ever since. An active member of CLEAR, he has participated actively and co-chaired various program committees and is currently co-chair for the Communications and Membership Committee. He is an experienced speaker and has been a regular presenter at CLEAR annual conferences since 1992.

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