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Lesli Ahonkai, FPHA President 2013-2014
It is indeed a privilege and honor to serve as your Florida Public Health Association (FPHA) president for 2013-14. This coming year marks the 125th anniversary of an established state authorized public health system in Florida. We owe an enormous amount of gratitude to those that served before us. Many of them have ensured that FPHA stood the test of time especially during the most challenging eras for public health systems throughout our state and country.
After the first few decades of our state’s public health system adoption, the Florida Public Health Association was created. A group of people saw the need to establish a professional organization aimed at supporting public health professionals through advocacy and professional development in order to maintain and develop workforce capacity for improved population health.
I assure you that you can continue to count on FPHA leading the way to Florida having the most robust public health system and workforce in the nation. This remains our vision and my charge. We can’t do it without you. We need you to play an active role in this process. If you are not a member, please become a member. If you are a member, I challenge you to invite someone else to become a member.
We are YOUR public health professional organization working hard to serve YOU through advocacy, professional development and networking to improve Florida’s health. Thank you for the opportunity to serve. Please join me.
Lesli P. Ahonkhai
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