CCANN Officers



Presidents: Kamela Loo NNP-BC and Gilda Aum RNC-NIC

President-Elect: Rose Kalebjian RNC-NIC

Education Liaison: Kamela Loo NNP-BC and Dee Morris NNP-BC

Secretary: Sarah Gil RNC-NIC

WebMaster: Francis Fung

Newsletter: Coralee Agnas RNC-NIC

MOD Champion: Ashton Baker RN

Recruitment: Angie Co RN

Fund Raising: Kim Collins RNC-NIC

EMCC: Rachel Isaac RN and Leslie Williams, RN

Community Service: Lisa Cline RN


Introduction of New CCANN Officers 2020


Angelita "Angie" Co, CCANN Recruitment Chair

Angie Co was born and raised in the Philippines. She graduated BSN in Manila. Moved to San Diego with her husband and son and eventually moved to Fresno She has been working at VCH since 2007. She enjoys being a NICU RN. Angie loves the challenges it brings and seeing the positive outcome after the journey these babies went through and the joy it brings to the parents. She loves to travel and explore the different cultures and food. She joined CCANN because she strongly believes in their mission to serve the community. It is wonderful to be able to meet local groups of NICU nurses from other organization with the same passion of providing excellent and safe care to our babies . The group gets educational updates from the conferences held locally. She is thankful that she has been given the opportunity to be part of the recruitment for CCANN. Hopefully, she will be able to persuade more people to join our chapter. More members means CCANN will be able to help serve more people in the community.


Lisa Cline, CCANN Community Service Chair

Lisa Cline has been a member of CCANN for nearly ten years. She has decided to become more involved in helping out individuals who may need a little extra help in our community. She feels honored to be a part of this devoted group of nurses. Lisa hopes that though CCANN charity projects, she can touch and make a difference in the lives of the neoantal population and make a valuable impact to the community where she belongs. She is grateful for this opportunity to serve as CCANN Community Service Chair.

Kimberley "Kim" Collins, CCANN Fundraising Chair

Kim Collins had taken her BSN from Fresno State University. She is currently working as

VCH-NICU night shift Charge RN. She is extremely talented and artistic in baking, quilting and art designing . She plans to share her craft by leading CCANN’s upcoming fund raising activities through the t-shirt and sweatshirt designing and baking delicious cookies. Kim believes that in this challenging time of Covid19 pandemic, we should be more dedicated to our mission and support our non profit organization like CCANN to sustain its operational activities and continued community service.


Dee Morris, NNP-BC, CCANN Education Liason

Dee Morris, NNP-BC is excited to join CCANN. She is a current member of Sandia Area NANN chapter in New Mexico, NANN, ANA, ARC and is excited to bring her experience in fundraising, accounting, and education to CCANN. Her medical career began as a Respiratory Therapist and she obtained her BSN from the University of New Mexico and APRN-MSN from Regis University in Denver, Colorado. Prior to health care, her background included accounting, marketing, and large-scale food & beverage, and large-scale food and beverage operations with strong staff management and customer service focus. She is excited to begin working with such a large and active group of committed professionals.


Dr. Radhika Narang, CCANN Medical Advisor

Dr. Radhika Narang, Neonatologist : CCANN Medical Advisor Board certified in pediatrics and Neonatology by the American Board of Pediatrics, Dr. Radhika Narang joined Valley Children’s in July 2017 as a neonatologist. Dr. Narang comes to Valley Children’s from the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) in Jackson, Mississippi, where she completed her fellowship in neonatal-perinatal medcine. Dr. Narang is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). She has done poster and platform presentations on topics in her field across the country. She received the Young Investigator Award on neonatal-perinatal medicine at the AAP 2016 National Conference and Exhibition, the AAP Vermont Oxford Network (VON) Scholar Award from the Vermont Oxford Network and the UMMC Feldman Research award from the UMMC Pediatric Discovery Council. Dr. Narang received her medical degree from the University of Delhi, India. She did her residency and internship in pediatrics at Columbia University Medical Center affiliated with Harlem Hospital Center in New York. Prior to her internship and residency, she was a hospitalist in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Lal Bahadur Shastri Hospital in New Delhi. In her free time, she enjoys nature hikes and traveling. She feels honored to serve as a medical advisor to CCANN and is very excited about their future collaborations.