Pamela Hunt, BS, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN

Pamela Hunt is a Nurse Executive Advisor/Executive Coach and Associate Faculty in Management at Indiana University. Additionally, she has served as the Chairperson of Nursing Management Congress, the Conference for Excellence in Nursing Leadership. 

Pam is nationally known as a nurse executive, author, and financial, quality, safety, and strategic expert, in addition to a community leader. She has delivered over 500 nursing and healthcare leadership presentations and published on subjects such as workforce development, strategic planning, connecting to the purpose of the nursing profession, and most notably healthcare finance. Her pioneering work in improving the financial acumen of nursing has enabled thousands of nurse leaders to develop and defend successful proposals and ROI to ensure quality patient outcomes.

An experienced operational leader, she has led significant safety improvements in the acute care setting. The teams she led have received 3 Indianapolis Patient Safety Coalition awards. She facilitated the establishment of a Geriatric Management Team resulting in a reduction in dementia, LOS, and inpatient costs.

In addition to serving on the editorial board of Nursing Management, the Journal of Excellence in Nursing Leadership, Pam has served on community and non-profit boards impacting the advancement of population health and the nursing profession for over 25 years. Through successful legislative efforts working with the AHA, all Indiana high school students are required to learn hands-only CPR and Marion County is smoke-free in public spaces.

Pam is a graduate of Parkview-Methodist School of Nursing. She received a BS from Indiana Wesleyan University and an MSN from Indiana University. 

Faith Roberts, MSN, NEA-BC

Faith Bresnan Roberts is the Executive Director of Spiritual Care at Carle Foundation Hospital and Carle Physician Group in Urbana, Illinois. She has been a nurse for 45 years and holds certification as a Nurse Executive-Advanced. Faith served as the Executive Director of Magnet and Professional Practice also at Carle for 3 successful Magnet designations and 1 Pathway designation. Faith is a co-author of the AACN Core Curriculum of Sub-Acute Care and has also published on the socialization of nurses into the profession, generations in the workplace, burns and sexuality, communication and collaboration, process dynamics, spirituality, parish nursing, prayer, and presence. She has given over 3,400 presentations on the state, national, and international level.