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Your Involvement Makes a Difference!

We are an NP-informed, member-fueled organization, offering an array of volunteer opportunities for NPs. Whether you’re an NP student or you’ve been practicing for decades, there’s a meaningful role for you to play at TNP. Scroll down to check out some ways you can make an impact.

Become a TNP Legislative Ambassador

TNP’s Legislative Ambassador Program is the cornerstone of our advocacy initiatives, comprising a dynamic grassroots network of 180+ nurse practitioners and their dedicated district teams who serve as the official TNP liaison to their State Representative or Senator.

This is a remarkable opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of healthcare policy and cultivate meaningful connections with lawmakers and their teams. You’ll be at the forefront of advancing our legislative agenda and making a real impact in the lives of nurse practitioners and their patients.

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Share your Expertise

TNP is an excellent place to showcase your research, experience, and innovations via our conferences, workshops, and webinars. We issue regular calls for submissions and pride ourselves on delivering top-notch programming for NPs at all career stages and settings.


Participate in our Online Communities

TNP’s online communities bring members with shared interests together within a safe, protected space to ask questions, share ideas and resources, and engage in discussion. Current groups include Practice Owners, Rural Health, Obesity, and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Get involved in one of our existing groups, or suggest a new group, and we’ll help you get started.

Online Communities

Do Hands-On Committee Work

Our 10+ committees and task forces are the heart of TNP and help inform and advance nearly every aspect of our association. If you’re eager to get involved, check out our current committee descriptions and apply.

Our Ten Committees

Serve on the TNP Board

Serving on the TNP board is a gratifying way to contribute to our profession. As stewards of our organization, board members shape our present and future. To qualify, candidates must be current regular or lifetime TNP members and APRNs in good standing with the Board of Nursing. Learn more about TNP’s board and our annual elections.

Our Board of Directors

"Having recently completed my DNP program, I want to get involved in what I find important. I am starting by volunteering with TNP!”

Amanda “Amy” George, APRN, FNP-BCTNP
Member since 2003