Your Texas Perinatal Association Executive Team

Amy Ross, MBA, PMP
Current Position: President
Board Member Since 2012
Amy Ross is a certified Project Manager (PMP) with over ten years of experience as an Information Technology Project Manager. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from Brigham Young University and a Masters in Business Administration from UT Arlington. Currently, Amy teaches the Project Management Professional Certification class at UTEP in El Paso in addition to being a stay at home mother who is involved in volunteer work in her community.


Cheryl Aldridge, MN, RN, CPNP 
Current Position: Vice President
Board Member Since 2003 – 2011; 2012 to present 

Cheryl Aldridge has been a Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner since 1979. Her most recent position was with Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, Texas where she worked as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in the Newborn Nursery as well as a manager of the Newborn Nursery NPs and served as Director of Nursing Informatics. She retired in 2011 and has been enjoying volunteer work, spending time with her family (especially her 3 grandchildren), knitting, reading and generally relaxing. She was awarded PNP Excellence Award by the Greater Texas Chapter of NAPNAP in 1998. She also serves on the Boards of the Children’s Advocacy Center for Denton County and the Denton Regional Medical Center.


Stacie Elizondo, BSN, RNC-MNN
Current Position: Treasurer
Board Member Since 2003
Stacie has been in nursing for 20 years, and began her career in maternal child nursing in 1998. She has been the nurse manager for the Women’s Health/Mother-Baby unit for 10 years. Her duties include overseeing nursing practice and quality initiatives for obstetrics and gynecology.
Stacie serves as the current President of TPA, and has held the offices of Secretary and Vice-President. She is active in her community and serves on several committees focused on mothers and babies.


Barbara A. Greer, RN, MSN, NE-BC
Current Position:  Secretary
Board Member Since 1996

Barbara retired in 2013 as the director of the NICU at Cook Children’s Medical Center after 27 years and is one of the founding partners for Synova Associates and continues to be involved in their leadership conferences.

Although retired, Barbara is still active in her profession.  Several years ago, she rotated off of the Perinatal Advisory Council, which has been charged by the Texas State Legislature to develop standards of care, as well as a designation process for both Perinatal Units and NICU’s in the state.  In addition, she is an ex officio member and past president of the Texas Perinatal Association.