President - Jason Marion, PhD (2016-2017) Dr. Marion currently serves on the AEHAP board as a President. He is an assistant professor of environmental health science at Eastern Kentucky University, and a member of NEHA and the American Public Health Association (APHA).
I have completed two, three year terms with EHAC and I’m on my third term. I’m a past President of the Board of Directors of AEHAP. I'm a member of the Society of Toxicology and NEHA. I also direct an NIH funded research program for undergraduate students and we are studying the toxicology of cadmium on gap junctional communication in kidney cells.
President Elect- Anne Marie Zimeri, PhD, (2015-2016, 2016-2017, 2017-2018) 1st Term Her interest in environmental exposures to toxicants led her to her current position as a faculty member in the Environmental Health Science Department at the University of Georgia, where she is the program director for the BS in Environmental Health Science degree and a primary lecturer for the program.
Treasurer- Tim Murphy, PhD, RS/REHS, D.A.A.S., (2016-2019) 1st Term Dr. Murphy is performing research in the area of credentialing of environmental public health personnel and the educational competencies of the credentialed professional. In addition Dr. Murphy is a member of the EHAC board and was recently elected to a second 3-year term.
Member at Large-Mike Fletcher, PhD, REHS (2015-2018) From 2002 to 2006, I served AEHAP as board member, President Elect, President and Past President. From 2006 to 2012, I served EHAC as council member, site visitor and self-study reviewer. I have also assisted in judging the AEHAP Student Research Competition. My philosophy is to be inclusive and work toward consensus while seeking innovative ways to promote and advance environmental health.
Ex Officio Member AEHAP Cooperative Agreement Principal Investigator Chuck Treser, MPH (2015- 2016) He has participated in several national efforts to improve EH workforce capacity, including being the principal investigator on a cooperative agreement between the Association of Environmental Health Academic Programs (AEHAP) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to improve EH practice by promoting and strengthening environmental health academic programs. He is Chairman and a Diplomate in the American Academy of Sanitarians.
Member at Large James English Jr. MS, REHS (2014-2017) – 1st term Old Dominion University
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