Faces & Places

Policy & Practice of Public Human Services, December 1998 | Go to article overview
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Faces & Places


Current and former APHSA board presidents, state and local council chairs, and a former executive director at a reception in honor of APHSA's new executive director, William Waldman, during his first council meeting. From the left: Bruce Potter, director of the East Orange Public Human Service Agency in New Jersey; Larry Jackson, president of NCSC, a consulting firm; Walt Kwiatkowski, director of the Bay County Family Independence Agency in Michigan; Walter Credle, director of the Hampton Department of Social Services in Virginia; Gary Stangler, director of the Department of Social Services in Missouri; William Waldman; Kevin Concannon, commissioner of the Department of Human Services in Maine; Henry Hayes, director of the Warren County Department of Social Services in North Carolina Cornelius D. Hogan, secretary of the Vermont Agency of Human Services; A. Sidney Johnson, executive director of the National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse in Illinois.

Julie Paradis (left), deputy undersecretary for Food, Nutrition and Consumer Services at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and Susan Carr Gossman (right), deputy administrator of the Food Stamp Program at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, at the CEO Breakfast at the Summer Council Meeting.

The new American Public Human Services Association logo is unveiled during a special plenary session at the Summer Council Meeting by Cornelius D. Hogan, left, president of the APHSA Board of Directors and Secretary of the Vermont Agency of Human Services, and Gary Stangler, chair of APHSA's National Council of State Human Service Administrators and director of Missouri's Department of Social Services.

Elaine Archangelo, director of the Division of Social Services of the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services, addresses a joint meeting of the National Association of Public Child Welfare Administrators and the National Council of State Human Service Administrators.

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