Molly Anderson Selected as Executive Director of NANN

Molly Anderson Selected as Executive Director of NANN


We’re very pleased to announce that Molly Anderson has been selected as the executive director for the National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN), a client partner of AMC. Molly has been serving as interim executive director of NANN since July 1, 2023.

Molly brings more than 7 years of experience and service to NANN to her new role. Prior to her role as interim executive director, she served as NANN’s director of membership, marketing, and communications, successfully growing the organization’s brand, membership, and event and product sales. A visionary leader, she blends strategic foresight with a passion for innovation and building strong partnerships with volunteer leaders and staff to achieve business goals.

“Molly Anderson has stood out for her drive, creativity, and ability to reframe challenges into opportunities since coming to AMC,” said Steve Smith, AMC CEO. “Her vision, expertise, and unwavering commitment to NANN will lead the organization to have an even greater impact on the neonatal nursing community.”

Molly began her career as a business management consultant before transitioning to healthcare marketing. In 2007, she founded WriteSmart Communications, where she served as president and principal consultant. She came to AMC in 2016 as senior marketing lead for NANN.

“I’m incredibly passionate about neonatal nursing, patient outcomes, and family experiences, as two of my own children had short NICU stays,” said Molly Anderson. “Over the years, I’ve learned so much from this special group of nurses. I am thrilled and grateful to lead the meaningful work of advancements for NANN, neonatal nurses, their patients and families.”

Molly has a BS in Management of Information Systems from the University of South Florida.

She began her new role on February 1, 2024.

About the National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN)

NANN is a diverse community of nursing professionals who care for newborn infants with a variety of health challenges. For 40 years, NANN has advanced the neonatal nursing profession by providing a community for members to influence care for neonates and their families, collaborate with leaders and peers in their field, reach professional development goals, and gain clinical knowledge to improve daily practice.