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Connect with dynamic Black healthcare leaders from various healthcare sectors across North Carolina

Community Service

Give back to the community through community service events and initiatives

Educational Events

Join bi-monthly educational events on relevant and impactful healthcare topics

Leadership Development

Develop and refine your leadership skills by serving on a NC NAHSE committee

Career Development

Have access to career development opportunities including job postings and career resources

National Community

Connect with NAHSE members nationwide through the Annual Educational Conference



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Personal/Associate - $235

Completed an approved program in hospital administration &/or health services administration, business admin, public health, medicine, economics, & other related graduate degrees deemed appropriate by the Board of Directors; or

Background in health and medical care administration and health services delivery systems

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Early Careerist (Type II) - $135

Recent graduates up to two years post-graduation working in a full-time paid position (including those in full-time paid residency or fellowship programs). 


This category is for a maximum of two years.

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Student (Type I) - $50

Student members currently enrolled in an approved program in those fields mentioned in personal membership and other fields deemed appropriate by the Board of Directors


Eligible for this membership upon the successful completion of the graduate program and having had one year’s experience in his or her chosen field.

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Retiree - $135

65 years of age of older


An active paid member of the organization at least (5) years of the last 10 year period


Must be retired from full time employment.



Institutional members are organizations and agencies which are interested in and support the programs, aims and goals of NAHSE and are desirous of contributing to its cause, either in the form of financial support or other in-kind aid. Institutional members are to include organizations such as hospitals, medical centers, neighborhood health centers, group practices, health insurance companies, managed care, coordinated care entities and all other such organizations supporting the purpose of NAHSE. Institutional members may indicate three individuals from their institution who will receive benefits as part of their institutional membership.

The cost of Institutional Membership is $1,500 and is good for one calendar year. $1,000 supports NAHSE corporate programming including the Annual Education Conference. The remaining $500 is allocated directly to NC NAHSE Chapter to support our local operations and programming. 

Benefits of Institutional Membership:

  • Complementary membership for 3 individuals from your organization

  • Featured on NAHSE national website and NC NAHSE website

  • Acknowledgement as an Institutional Member during all NC NAHSE Events 

  • Planning/Steering Committee to form NC NAHSE Senior Advisory Committee (to be established in 2022)

  • Exclusive access to NC NAHSE Executive Board – Institutional Member will identify a representative for recurrent engagement with NC NAHSE

  • Exclusive exposure to NC NAHSE membership network – NC NAHSE will feature job postings, news, and other communications to members as appropriate

  • Co-sponsorship of one NC NAHSE event of choice



 Assess education and professional development needs of NC NAHSE members


Plan and coordinate NC NAHSE chapter educational events, including annual health equity event


Identify partnership opportunities to collaborate with other organizations (i.e. ACHE, MGMA)

Co-Chairs: Alexa Jones & 

Kendra Phelps


Coordinate and program of community service and outreach activities (i.e. professional clothing drive, holiday food drives, etc.)


Identify NC organizations to partner with to address health disparities

Chair: Dolapo Busuyi


Coordinate and program virtual and in person social activities for NC NAHSE members


Plan annual holiday party


Manage and post on social media platforms (IG, Facebook, LinkedIn)

Chair: Duke Maisiba 

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