Warn Joins Executive Leadership Team to Ensure Organizational Quality and Compliance
Nevada Donor Network (NDN) is pleased to announce the promotion of Jacquelyn (“Jackie”) Warn to Vice President of Quality and Regulatory Affairs. Warn originally joined the NDN team in 2017 as the organization’s Director of Quality and Regulatory Affairs. In her role as Director, she has expertly guided the organization through crucial policy updates, trainings, and exercises to strengthen compliance with all applicable regulatory agencies, ultimately ensuring we may continue to provide lifesaving and healing gifts to those who desperately wait. In her new role as VP of Quality and Regulatory Affairs, Warn will join the executive leadership team to ensure the organizational pillar of quality and compliance is represented at all levels.
Nevada Donor Network President and CEO Joe Ferreira says, “It is a true honor to welcome Ms. Warn to the executive leadership team. As one of the highest performing Organ Procurement Organizations in the world, it is only fitting we recruit and promote the most highly talented individuals the world has to offer. The NDN team holds high regard for her expert understanding of advanced quality and compliance measures, as well as her enthusiasm for sharing this knowledge. We congratulate Jackie on this accomplishment and thank her for her dedication to the mission on behalf of those we humbly serve.”
With more than two decades of experience, Warn is undoubtedly a recognized leader within the donation and transplantation community. Prior to joining NDN, she served as the Corporate Director of Quality and Compliance for DCI Donor Services and the Senior Director of Quality and Regulatory Affairs for Donor Network of Arizona for more than 10 years. In addition to holding a Masters of Business Administration degree, she is a Certified Manager of Quality and Organizational Excellence by the American Society for Quality. She also maintains certification by the American Society of Clinical Pathology. Warn’s professional memberships include the American Association for Tissue Banks (AATB) Quality Council, where she currently serves as Chair (2016-2020) and previously served as Vice Chair (2014-2016); The Association of Organ Procurement Organizations (AOPO), in which she served as Quality Improvement Co-Chair in 2005 and Chair in 2006; The Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA), and the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) Membership Professional Standards Committee.