About American Association of Registered Nurses
American Association of Registered Nurses, Inc. has its roots dating back to 1979 when National Association of Registered Nurses (NARN) was established, in Washington, DC by Francis R. deBondt, Ph.D. and administrator of the association.
When Francis passed away in 2007, his son Jeffrey deBondt took over responsibility for the organization and at that time chose a new name for the association - American Association of Registered Nurses (AARN). Jeffrey continues to operate the association today. Jeffrey's background includes a B.S. in Economics from Virginia Commonwealth University. He has worked with registered nurses over 20 years.
OBJECTIVE AND MISSION
AARN was formed with the objective of helping Registered Nurses better manage their personal finances by providing comprehensive, unbiased services with regard to personal finances, and other financial related programs and services.
By providing information, education and access to special programs, services and discounts, AARN strives to help Registered Nurses better manage their personal finances.
MEMBERSHIP - ELIGIBILITY
Anyone who has earned a Registered Nurse degree and maintains an active Registered Nurse (RN) license in one or more of the 50 United States or District of Columbia, shall be considered to have membership in the Association and there will be no charge for membership. AARN identifies eligible RN’s by working with state license bureaus and boards to obtain listings of actively licensed RN’s.
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