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Volunteer Opportunities at NSH

The National Society for Histotechnology depends on a great core of volunteers to serve as subject matter experts to help create member resources, histology education like webinars and training courses, promote the Society and advocate for the profession. We are always searching for histotechs interested in getting involved! You can pick a micro-volunteering opportunity with a limited time frame, commit to joining a committee, or speak with us about other ways to engage with NSH. There are opportunities available to fit every level of availability and experience.

Contact Alisha Yocum,, to volunteer today.

Micro-volunteering Opportunities

Write a Blog Post
NSH's blog, Fixation on Histology, needs authors! Share your advice, opinions, research, or entertaining lab tale with others in the histology field, and if you are interested, email for more information.

NSH Volunteer Leaders

Volunteer with NSH Testimonial

AnnaStacia Penrod

Chair: AnnaStacia Penrod

Stacey Trang
Chair: Stacey Hoang

Twila Westbrooks, NSH Convention Committee ChairConvention
Chair: Twila Westbrooks

Trey Moody, NSH Education Committee ChairEducators/Instructors
Chair: Trey Moody


Liz Chlipala

Chair: Liz Chlipala

Paule Alphonse-Cham

General Anatomic Pathology
Chair: Paule Alphonse

Jeanette Wallen, NSH Governance Committee ChairGovernance
Chair: Jeannette Wallen

Elba Vidal, IHC & Molecular Committee Chair
IHC & Molecular

Chair: Elba Vidal


Lisa Stephens
Chair: Lisa Stephens

Nicole Leon
Laboratory Operations

Chair: Nicole Leon

Jennifer Betustak
Public Relations

Chair: Jennifer Betustak

Yongfu Wang, NSH JOH Editor in ChiefJournal of Histotechnology
Editor in Chief: Yongfu Wang


Dee Wolfe, NSH Local Engagement Task Force ChairLocal Engagement Task Force
Chair:  Dee Wolfe

Luis Chiriboga, NSH Public Policy Task Force ChairPublic Policy Task Force
Chair:  Luis Chiriboga