2023-2024 OSHNA Board of Directors
President : Peggy Moore RN, BSN, MAPAC, NCSN
Charlotte Geehreng is described as an energetic person who is viewed as the “central hub” in her school offering stability, connection and engagement with not only her students and staff, but with key community stakeholders as well. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing along with a Masters of Health.
Past President : Peggy Moore RN, BSN, MAPAC, NCSN
As the President of OSHNA from 2019-2021 my focus has been to empower School Nurses as leaders in their schools and communities. By partnering with the community and School leadership, School Nurses can have a substantial impact on the physical, mental, and emotional health of our students. My goals are for OSHNA to communicate effectively and with impact to other School Nurses, School Leaders, and Community Leaders. My passion is strengthening the mental and emotional health of my students and staff to build resilience and successful futures. I have a Masters degree in Psychology and Addiction Counseling and have been able to create a safe space in my nursing office for all students.
I have been a Nurse for almost twenty-five years. I am a Nationally Certified School Nurse and have worked at an elementary school and now at Kadena High School in Okinawa, Japan. I love teaching my students, parents and faculty to live and enjoy a healthy life.
I have worked all over the United States, beginning my nursing career at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, in 1999. I have also worked at many intercity Level 1 Trauma hospitals in Detroit, Philadelphia, Raleigh, Salt Lake City, and Cincinnati. From 2009-2016 I was an ICU Nurse at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Landstuhl Germany taking care of our critical injured soldiers from the Afghanistan, Iraq, and Africa.
President Elect : Vacant
Secretary : Sterlyn Sotomil, RN, BSN
Treasurer: Sherry L. Milligan, MSN ED, RN
Sherry Milligan has been in the DoDDs system working in both DDESS and DODEA as a school nurse for over ten years. She is currently the middle high school nurse at AF North IS. Sherry has worked in a variety of settings including cardiac stepdown, PACU, diabetes educator and public health. Her academic accomplishments include a master’s in nursing with a focus on education. She was previously the technical person for OSHNA, developing the website currently in use.