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Harvey, Carolyn Hester, Journal of Environmental Health


The board of directors includes NEHA nationally elected officers and regional vice presidents. Affiliate presidents (or appointed representatives) comprise the Affiliate Presidents Council. Technical advisors, the executive director, and all past presidents of the association are ex-officio council members. This list is current as of press time.

Carolyn Hester Harvey, PhD, CIH, RS, DAAS, CHMM First Vice President

National Officers

President--Brian Collins, MS, REHS, DAAS, Director of Environmental Health, City of Plano Health Department, 1520 Avenue K, Ste. 210, Plano, TX 750746232. Phone: (972) 941-7334; e-mail: brianc@plano.gov

President Elect--Alicia Enriquez, REHS, Deputy Chief, Environmental Health Division, County of Sacramento, Environmental Management Department, 10590 Armstrong Avenue, Suite B, Mather, CA 95655-4153. Phone: (916) 875-8440; e-mail: enriqueza@saccounty.net

First Vice President--Carolyn Hester Harvey, PhD, CIH, RS, DAAS, CHMM, Professor, Director of MPH Program, Department of Environmental Health, Eastern Kentucky University, Dizney 220, 521 Lancaster Avenue, Richmond, KY 40475. Phone: (859) 622-6342; e-mail: carolyn.harvey@eku.edu

Second Vice President--Bob Custard, REHS, CP-FS, Environmental Health Manager, Alexandria Health Department, 4480 King St., Alexandria, VA 22302. Phone: (703) 746-4970; e-mail: Bob. Custard@vdh.virginia.gov

Immediate Past President--Mel Knight, REHS, 109 Gold Rock Court, Folsom, CA 95630. Phone: (916) 989-4224; Cell: (916) 591-2611; e-mail: melknight@sbcglobal.net

NEHA Executive Director--Nelson E. Fabian (non-voting ex-officio member of the board of directors), 720 S. Colorado Blvd., Suite 1000-N, Denver, CO 802461926. Phone: (303) 756-9090, ext 301; e-mail: nfabian@neha.org

Regional Vice Presidents

Region 1--David E. Riggs, REHS/RS, MS, 2535 Hickory Ave., Longview, WA 98632. Phone: (360) 430-0241; e-mail: davideriggs@comcast.net. Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. Term expires 2014.

Region 2--David Ludwig, MPH, RS, Manager, Environmental Health Division, Maricopa County Environmental Services Department, 1001 N. Central Avenue, Suite #300, Phoenix, AZ 85004. Phone: (602) 506-6971; e-mail: dludwig@mail. maricopa.gov. Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada. Term expires 2015.

Region 3--Roy Kroeger, REHS, Environmental Health Supervisor, Cheyenne/Laramie County Health Department, 100 Central Avenue, Cheyenne, WY 82008. Phone: (307) 633-4090; e-mail: roykehs@laramiecounty.com. Colorado, Montana, Utah, Wyoming, and members residing outside of the U.S. (except members of the U.S. armed forces). Term expires 2015.

Region 4--Keith Johnson, RS, Administrator, Custer Health, 210 2nd Avenue NW, Mandan, ND 58554. Phone: (701) 6673370; e-mail: keith.johnson@custerhealth. com. Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Term expires 2013.

Region 5--Sandra Long, REHS, RS, Inspection Services Supervisor, City of Plano Health Department, 1520 K Avenue, Suite #210, Plano, Texas 75074. Phone: (972) 941-7143 ext. 5282; Cell: (214) 5008884; e-mail: sandral@plano.gov. Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. Term expires 2014.

Region 6--Adam London, RS, MPA, Environmental Health Director, Kent County Health Department, 700 Fuller NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503. Phone: (616) 632-6916; e-mail: adam.london@kentcountymi.gov. Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, and Ohio. Term expires 2013.

Region 7--CAPT John A. Steward, REHS, MPH, CAPT, USPHS (ret), Institute of Public Health, Georgia State University, P.O. Box 3995, Atlanta, GA 30302-3995. Phone: (404) 651-1690; e-mail: jsteward@gsu.edu. Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Term expires 2014.

Region 8--Vacant

Region 9--Edward L. Briggs, MPH, MS, REHS, Director of Health, Town of Ridgefield Dept.

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