The Nurses On Boards Coalition (NOBC) is deeply grateful and proud of nurses all across the country for their dedication, service and sacrifice during the COVID-19 pandemic. We honor all nurses, medical professionals, staff and volunteers serving on the frontlines and those supporting them behind the scenes in their local communities. NOBC is committed and available to support our members, partners, nurses and community members. Please contact us at if we can help you in any way. Especially now, we thank you for your interest, support and engagement in support of our mission. We hope you and those you hold close are protected, safe and healthy in the coming days.

Alexis Koenig

Alexis Koenig

Credentials: EdD, MSN, RN, CNE, CCHP

Place of Employment: Chamberlain College of Nursing

Which Nursing Organizations are you currently a member of: ANA, NJSNA, PASNAP

Board(s) currently serving on:


Tell us about your journey to the boardroom. What inspired you to seek a leadership position?

I was once on the NJHA board when the IOM came out in 2010 to influence nursing and to push nurses to use their education/experience and brains!

What are you doing to ensure you continue to grow and develop as a leader?

I was promoted to Associate Dean of Nursing.

What impact have you had serving on a board? Example?

I was the Co-Chair on the NJHA Board in 2012.

What advice would you give someone going into a board leadership position for the first time?

Learn what you can and apply it to your work.

What are a few resources you would recommend to someone looking to gain insight into becoming a better leader and eventually obtaining a board position?

Get a mentor who is an active leader.

Why do you feel it is important for nurses to serve on boards?

We are the pulse in all facets of the healthcare industry.

What do you think is the most significant barrier to nurses serving on boards?



Alexis Koenig EdD, MSN, RN, CNE, CCHP October 25, 2017

Nurses on Boards Coalition