District 2 includes the Alabama counties of Bibb, Chilton, Dallas, Fayette, Greene, Hale, Lamar, Marengo, Perry, Pickens, Sumter, and Tuscaloosa. View the map.
If you live or work in our district and are considering becoming an ASNA member, make sure to visit our member page to learn about all the benefits of membership. Current members can find meeting and district info below.

District Officers

Our district officers are working to make West Alabama a better place for nurses to work and live. Make sure to connect with them at the next district meeting. Upcoming District 2 meeting details are posted below the officer listings.

Mary Beth Bodin, DNP, CRNP, NNP-BC


Jennifer Humphries, DNPc, CRNP, NNP-BC


Chris Forbes, DNP, RN

Vice President 

Letrell Peoples, DNP, RN 


Etta Felton, MSN, RN


Meeting Dates

Click a button below to access the latest information for District 2 meetings and events. If you have any questions, please contact the district president listed above.

District 2 Resources

District 2 Newsletter

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Citation for Excellence

Peers or supervisors are encouraged to nominate a nurse who has demonstrated excellence in nursing for The ASNA Citation of Excellence Award. Nominees may be recommended at any time during the year. The nominator or nominee does NOT have to be an ASNA member.

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District 2 BOD Minutes

March 5, 2019


Proclamation presented to District 2 at our Nurses Week Celebration Program on May 9, 2019. Presented by Councilor Sonya McKenstry (District 7) on behalf of the mayor, Walt Maddox.

Alabama State Nurses Association - ASNA District 2

Values The Code of Ethics for Nurses, Cultural Diversity, Health Parity, Professional Competence, Human Dignity, Ethical Care and Professional Integrity
Alabama State Nurses Association - ASNA District 2
Alabama State Nurses Association - ASNA District 2 shared a post.Friday, July 12th, 2019 at 6:42am
In a potential paradigm shift for addiction medicine, New Jersey’s health commissioner authorized paramedics to administer the drug buprenorphine to patients almost immediately after reviving them from an opioid overdose.
Alabama State Nurses Association - ASNA District 2
Alabama State Nurses Association - ASNA District 2 shared a post.Thursday, June 27th, 2019 at 3:53am
Too frequently, nurses consider physical violence a symptom of the patient’s illness—even if they sustain injuries—so they don’t submit incident reports, and their injuries aren’t treated. Ultimately, physical and psychological insults result in distraction, which contributes to a higher incidence of medication errors and negative patient outcomes. Other damaging consequences include moral distress, burnout, and job dissatisfaction, which can lead to increased turnover. However, when organizations encourage nurses to report violence and provide education about de-escalation and prevention, they’re able to alleviate stress.