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JEH President's Columns

What has NEHA’s president been writing about?

Check out the columns below! 

 


NEHA President: Adam LondonAdam London, MPA, RS, DAAS

September 2017: Making Waves (PDF)

July/August 2017: All Generations Need Apply (PDF)

 

 

 

 

 


NEHA President: David RiggsDavid E. Riggs, MS, REHS/RS

June 2017: Stepping Back (PDF)

May 2017: With a Little Help From My Friends (PDF)

April 2017: Professional and Personal Growth (PDF)

March 2017: The Generational Bridge (PDF)

January/February 2017: Search and Employ (PDF)

December 2016: The Environmental Health Professional (PDF)

November 2016: Water and Environmental Equity (PDF)

October 2016: "Water, Water, Every Where..." (PDF)

September 2016: A Time of Change, a Time of Opportunity (PDF)

July/August 2016: Building a Better NEHA (PDF)

 


BNEHA President: Bob Custard, REHS, CP-FSob Custard, REHS, CP-FS  

June 2016: Giant Steps Forward (PDF)

May 2016: Lead From Where You Are (PDF)

April 2016: NEHA Goes to Washington (PDF)

March 2016: Making Environmental Health Indispensable (PDF)

January/February 2016: Building the Future Environmental Health Workforce (PDF)

December 2015: Environmental Health Without Borders (PDF)

November 2015: More Than the Minimum (PDF)

October 2015: We Haven't Told Our Story (PDF)

September 2015: On the Shoulders of Giants (PDF)

July/August 2015: Imagining the New NEHA (PDF)

 


Carolyn Hester Harvey, PhD, CIH, RS, DAAS, CHMMNEHA Past President: Carolyn Harvey

June 2015: Closing Thoughts and the Road Forward

May 2015: NEHA Has a New Executive Director

April 2015: NEHA Is a Volunteer Organization

March 2015: The NEHA 2015 AEC … So Much More Than a Conference

January/February 2015: New Year’s Resolution: Get to Know Chikungunya

December 2014: Prestigious Recognition for Environmental Health Professionals

November 2014: The Importance of Being Credentialed

October 2014: A Joe Beck Story to Tell

September 2014: Back From the AEC and in Search of the New NEHA Executive Director

July/August 2014: Opportunity to Forge a New Direction