Paula Tran Inzeo and Katherine Vaughn Jehring to Represent Wisconsin at the National Leadership Academy for the Public’s Health
Congratulations to Paula Tran Inzeo and Katherine Vaughn Jehring, 2010-2012 Wisconsin Population Health Service Fellows, who will represent Wisconsin at this year’s National Leadership Academy for the Public’s Health, along with David Liners, Executive Director of WISDOM , and Jennifer Weitzel Blahnik, Public Health Nurse with the Health Equity Team at Public Health Madison-Dane County. The team plans to build a powerful, permanent statewide network for achieving health equity: the Wisconsin Health Equity Alliance (WHEA). The WHEA, a network of public health practitioners, academics and community organizers will serve as a hub for training, strategy development, state meetings and planned action for policy and systems change to eliminate health inequity.
The National Leadership Academy for the Public’s Health (NLAPH) is a program of the Public Health Institute's Center for Health Leadership and Practice. NLAPH is an applied leadership training program that enables multi-sector jurisdictional teams from across the US to address public health problems within their communities through team-identified community health improvement projects.