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 Who's New

​​Who's new at AMCHP?

cheryl.JPGDr. Cheryl Clark joined AMCHP as the associate director for epidemiology and evaluation. Dr. Clark received her bachelor’s in health information management administration from University of Wisconsin and her MPH from the University of South Florida, with a concentration in public health education. She received her Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) in Epidemiology and Biostatistics from Florida A & M University. She has extensive work experience as an epidemiologist, data/research consultant, evaluator and health informatics consultant. She has worked as a maternal and child health epidemiologist for 16 years and the past six years at a Sr. MCH Epidemiologist capacity.​

Who's new in MCH? 

Linda Cavitt
Deputy Director for Programs, Adult and Family Services
Oklahoma Department of Human Services​

Lacy Fehrenbach
Director, Office of Healthy Communities
Washington State Department of Health, Prevention and Community Health Division

​Rachel Jew
Title V CYSHCN Director, Purchased Health Services Unit
Texas Department of State Health Services

Sara Morgan
Administrator, Lifespan Health Services (MCH Director)
Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services

​Andrea Palmer
Chief, Division of Maternal, Child and Family Health Services
Illinois Department of Public Health