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Rebecca Ehrig Heiliger Receives the New Member Pillar Award

Rebecca Ehrig Heiliger Receives the New Member Pillar Award






Congratulations to Rebecca Ehrig Heiliger for receiving the New Member Pillar Award at the Sigma 45th Biennial Convention, November 16-20, 2019 In Washington, DC! Rebecca was nominated for her service and dedication to Omicron Epsilon and actualizing her vision to improve the lives on children in our area through the Foodbank for the Heartland Fundraiser. Way to go, Rebecca!

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Board Members 2018-2019

Board Of Directors 2019-2020
Left to right: Dawn Fichter (Secretary & Fundraising Committee), Renee Ruhkamp (Leadership Succession Committee Chair, Fundraising Committee & President-elect), Nina Wardell (Leadership Succession Committee member), Mary Dishman (Governance Committee Chair), Jill Vawter (Treasurer), Joan Blum (Governance Committee & Scholarship Committee), Becky Allen (Faculty Counselor, Governance Committee member), Ann VanHoff (Director & Mentoring Committee), JoAnn Acierno (Director & Fundraising Committee)  
Not pictured: Nancy McMahon (President, Strategic Planning & Mentoring Committee), Liz Rogan (Faculty Counselor, Newsletter editor), Kate Fuller (Faculty Counselor, Scholarship Committee & Fundraising Committee), Jane Langemeier (Past President & Community Outreach Committee), Marsha Cravens (Governance Committee member), Jessica Dugger (Member Activity Committee), Desirae Grotjohn-Small (Member Activity Committee), Linda Jensen (Community Outreach Committee), Michelle Bomer (Director), Tony Brostek Van-Manen (Director), Rebecca Ehrig (Director), Tracy Ozzello (Leadership Succession), Jay Jevne (Scholarship Committee), Madelyn Pechar (Governance Committee)



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Chapter News

  • Online Webstore for Omicron Epsilon Merchandise

    We now have our own web-based store to purchase t-shirts, handmade jewelry, and other Sigma items.  Check it out!  https://omicronepsilon.onlineweb.shop/
  • Update your Member and Volunteer Profiles!

    Please contact Nancy McMahon at mcmahonnancy@clarksoncollege.edu if you need your member ID to log in. Once logged into the chapter website, click on the light blue drop down menu in the upper right hand corner (near person icon) to upload a picture and input your biographical information. Click on the blue profile tab to update your member profile. You can also link to your member profile to your LinkedIn account. Please make sure your contact information is correct (left side of the profile screen) to receive timely notification of events and communication.

    After updating your member profile, please update your volunteer profile so that you can participate in chapter activities and volunteer for service opportunities within the community, region, or at an international level. To update your Volunteer Profile, go to the Volunteer dropdown menu within the purple menu bar on the Omicron Epsilon website, and click on “My Volunteer Profile.” You can update your volunteer profile and interests there. You can also add other volunteer work you have completed to centrally track all of your volunteer work.
  • Sigma Statement of Diversity and Inclusion

    Sigma Statement of Diversity and Inclusion

    Diversity of membership is what makes any profession stronger, and nursing is no exception.

    Since 1922, the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (Sigma) has embodied the attributes of our founders: love, courage, and honor. We pride ourselves on being a diverse, inclusive global organization that does not discriminate, and we firmly believe diversity in our membership makes us stronger. Although we are a politically neutral organization, we take seriously our responsibility of ensuring a welcoming and respectful environment for our members worldwide. 

    Sigma remains committed to the value and active engagement of a global community of nurses. We represent fairness, equality, inclusivity, and respect by the very nature of our core tenets and are against any form of discrimination. We will continue to welcome and celebrate our members’ rich diversity as we always have. 

    Sigma will remain a voice within the US and world in support of our core values, including diversity and inclusiveness. We will continue to work collaboratively with members from all our global regions to fulfill our mission of developing nurse leaders anywhere to improve healthcare everywhere.
  • Sewing For Babies, Inc Service Project

    Sewing for Babies Omaha Group meets on the first and third Tuesdays at St. Matthew Lutheran Evangelical Church at 1725 S. 60th Street at 9 am. 

    The focus of this group is to provide clean and warm bedding and clothing for:
    • Newborns in needy families
    • Premature babies
    • Long-term care infants
    Layettes and baby items are handmade with love by volunteers and distributed through hospital maternity wards and neonatal intensive care units.

    We are helping support this organization and are collecting donations!  Click on the supply list for more information!
    items included with tote bag given to needy families
  • Mentoring Program

    The Omicron Epsilon chapter is proud to present our mentoring handbook! 

    We are seeking both mentors and mentees to make this program a success!  You can learn more about the program under "Resources" on the chapter website in the Mentoring Handbook folder or use the live link. Questions?  Email:    omicronepsilon.mentoring@gmail.com

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