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Caucuses

The Association defines a Caucus as a group of at least 15 APHA members or partisans of a particular position on an issue important to APHA, who pursue a desired result within the Association.  A Caucus is considered to be “in official relations” with APHA, rather than a regular component of the Association. 

The Association has two types of Caucuses that allow members to coalesce around (1) shared characteristics that cannot be changed (i.e., ethnicity/race, gender, sexual orientation) and (2) special interests, worksite issues, and social justice issues.

For more information, comments or questions please contact Caitlin Sarlo via e-mail Caitlin.Sarlo@apha.org or telephone at 202-777-2461.