Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service

Nurse Professional Advisory Committee


The Communication Subcommittee plans, implements, and evaluates communication needs among PHS Nurses including: website, social media, nurse resource manual, listserv, and collaborative activities.


  • Create mechanisms to foster enhanced dialogue with stakeholders in nursing and public health.
  • Promote PHS nurse (civil service, commissioned corps amd tribal nurses) participation in the N-PAC listserv.
  • Develop the next generation of PHS nurses to address evolving public health issues.


  • Evaluate website form and function to ensure flexibility and website relevance for its users.
  • Utilize social media opportunities such as the N-PAC Facebook fan page to encourage dialog and information sharing with PHS nurses and outside stakeholders.
  • Develop and monitor listserv activities.
    Maintain the Nurse Resource Manual and the NPAC Member Orientation Guide on the N-PAC website.

Communication Subcommittee Co-Chairs:

Communication Subcommittee Workgroups

  • Listserv Workgroup
  • Website Workgroup
  • Collaborative Workgroup

Website & Listserv Policies:

  • For information about how and what kinds of vacancy announcements can be posted to the N-PAC listserv, click here. (pdf pdf_logo.gif 15 Kb)
  • For information about the various ways N-PAC communicates with it’s members, click HERE. (pdf pdf_logo.gif 128 Kb)

Procedure for Submitting Information to the N-PAC Website

The following procedures are utilized to manage information posted to the N-PAC website. All information placed on the website must be approved by an authorized person. Persons authorized to edit or add pages to the N-PAC website are the Chief Nurse Officer (CNO, N-PAC chair, and N-PAC sub- committee co-chairs) and their designated content liaisons.

TO POST NEW CONTENT: Persons wishing to post information on the N-PAC website would submit that information to the appropriate N-PAC sub-committee content liaison. The sub-committee content liaison will authorize and edit the posting as needed. It is then forwarded to the designated website workgroup webmaster/point of contact (POC) for the sub-committee that initiated the posting (cc to Website Chair). New content must be submitted in a 508-compliant manner. Webmasters will make all approved posts and updates within 10 calendar days.

Designated content liaisons and website workgroup webmaster POC’s are listed below. Sub-committee content liaisons should review website content quarterly and submit updates as needed. Sub-committee co-chairs should submit written notification to the Communications Sub-committee co-chairs when website approval authority delegation has changed.


TO REPORT ERRORS: If you find an error on the N-PAC website, please email the content liaison AND the webmaster for that page and include details about where/what the error is.

Sub-Committee / Web Page Titles

Sub-Committee / Content Liaison Website Workgroup POC / Webmaster

Home | Announcements

About USPHS | Q&A | Links

Job Listings | Photo Gallery

CDR Mike Krumlauf
CDR Mike Krumlauf
About the N-PAC
(including meeting minutes)

N-PAC Secretary (FY2018)

CDR Wanda Chestnut

CAPT Antoinette Jones
Chief Nurse LCDR Chandra Jolley
CAPT Elizabeth Hobson-Powell

CAPT Tessa Brown

CDR Dion Franklund

CDR Mike Krumlauf
Career Development

LCDR Lauren Brewer 

CAPT Antoinette Jones


Contact Us


CAPT Michelle Brown-Stephenson

CAPT Yvette Lacour-Davis

LCDR Zenia McKoy

CDR Stefanie Glenn

LCDR Bryan Emery

CDR Sean Creighton
Readiness & Response

LCDR James Chaney

CDR Belinda Rooney

CDR Faith Walsh

CDR Bryen Bartgis

CDR Tarah Somers

CAPT Elizabeth Hobson-Powell
Resource REACH

LCDR Natasha Kormanik

CDR Keith Marin

CAPT Antoinette Jones

Fed Nursing Service Council

LCDR Allison Gallen

LCDR Zenia McKoy 

Nurse Resource Manual

Member Orientation Guide

LCDR Healther Skelton

LCDR Zenia McKoy

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