New England Assembly of Student Registered Nurse Anesthetists

Welcome the new 2018-2019 NEASRNA Board!

[L-R]: Adrienne Padden (Secretary); Jake Donnell (President); Allison Stark (Vice President); Brynne Radel (Fundraising Co-chair); Vanessa Pasquariello (Fundraising Co-chair); Brianne Tansey (Fundraising Co-chair); Steve Pilot (Treasurer); Rachel Birdsong (Social Media and Public Relations)


Welcome to the official website of the New England Assembly of Student Registered Nurse Anesthetists (NEASRNA). We're so glad you stopped by! There are currently 114 accredited Nurse Anesthesia Education Programs in the United States with 13 of those programs situated in the New England, New York, and New Jersey areas.

Nurse Anesthesia is an exciting and rewarding field of nursing. It takes individuals with heart, determination, and great emotional and intellectual stamina to handle the strenuous hours of both didactic and clinical requirements.

Our website and organization seek to create an environment which fosters relationships between those at all levels of the nurse anesthesia profession, from novice to expert. We also desire to get students more engaged in our national organization, the AANA; promote positive change within our field; and provide service to our communities.

Please take the opportunity to enjoy our website. Start with "About NEASRNA" and learn the history of the organization, our mission statement, and NEASRNA's objectives. Check in with the "NEASRNA News" to see what's currently happening in our organization, and the "Calendar" for upcoming events. The "Resources" section will provide you with some links to information regarding Nurse Anesthesia and National/State Associations. You can meet and contact our current Board of Members through the "Leadership" tab.

If you would like to help NEASRNA better serve New England SRNAs, please do not hesitate to click on the "Donations" tab and contact one of our members about ways you can contribute to our organization.

We recently have attained not-for-profit status and any donations/gifts are graciously accepted and used to maintain the organization and to provide better opportunities for our students in New England, New York, and New Jersey.

If you are a student registered nurse anesthetist (SRNA) and would like to get involved, meet motivated colleagues, and explore new opportunities, please contact or one of our members.


The NEASRNA has been officially granted 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status by the IRS.

Please contact us for any donation or advertising inquiries at