The 2020 Mid-Year Program is virtual!
Please join us in June for free interactive sessions on timely issues.
Remembering Darlene Mae Andes
Darlene Mae Andes passed away April 5 from COVID-19. She was a health educator and risk communicator for Mercer County, and helped to create COVID-19 educational materials and tools. She will be missed.
Remembering Colette Lamothe-Galette
Colette Lamothe-Galette passed away on April 4th at the age of 45. Colette was a true public health champion, serving for more than 14 years at the NJDOH including as the first director of the Office of Population Health. Known to all in the public health community, she dedicated her professional life to eliminating health disparities and addressing health equity. New Jersey owes her an immense debt of gratitude for her work and dedication.
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