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Bonnie F. Gahn, MSN, MA, APRN

Bonnie recently retired from the position of manager of Nursing Education for the Abbott Nutrition Health Institute, Abbott Laboratories. However, she continues to work as an educational consultant with ANHI. She also maintains an adjunct professor position at The Ohio State University College of Nursing. She has over 35 years experience in clinical, clinical research, educational and administrative positions within nursing. Her passion is in the NICU and her presentations combine evidence-based research with practical application. She lectures across the country on neonatal clinical topics and professional development topics such as effective communication and intergenerational teams.

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Andrea Mangino, MS, CCC-SLP

Andrea Mangino, MS, CCC-SLP, is the Manager of Pediatric Speech Language Pathology at Cohen Children’s Medical Center and LIJ Hearing and Speech Center. While there, she developed and continues to improve the pediatric inpatient and outpatient feeding and swallowing program. Andrea is a pediatric specialist in feeding and swallowing disorders with advanced training in clinical/instrumental assessment and management of infant and pediatric dysphagia. She is recognized as an expert in swallowing/feeding across the continuum of pediatric settings, including neonates, medically fragile infants, and children with tracheostomy. Andrea provides lectures on topics including neonatal and pediatric dysphagia, and feeding in the NICU, as well as related topics including speech and swallowing for patients with craniofacial anomalies.

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Pamela Spivey, MSN, CCNS, RNC-NIC

Pamela Spivey is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse and founder of Spivey Consulting, LLC. She shares her 36 years of expertise in neonatal nursing and leadership development as an international speaker, author, and certified leadership coach. Pam launched her own business in 2015 to support individual clients and corporate teams through professional coaching, leadership development, and consultative services. Her unique experiences and passion for caring, drive her to “help nurses away from the wall and toward their possibilities." Pamela has a Master of Science in Nursing from Duke University as well as certification in personal and professional coaching from the Coaching and Positive Psychology (CaPP) Institute, an accredited organization of the International Coaching Federation. Pam is an expert in resiliency practices, sharing her expertise nationally and most recently through her book, Joyful Journey: Finding Your Way Over the Wall and Toward Your Possibilities.


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