Black Caucus of Health Workers

The Black Caucus of Health Workers (Est. 1968) provides an entry point for Black and African-American public health workers, both professional and paraprofessional, to APHA. The Caucus provides programs that explore the special nature of public health problems facing people of color in the United States, including poverty, discrimination, and lack of medical and health care access; equal opportunity for work force entry and advancement; and related issues.

President: Dana Reed Wise

President-Elect: Veronica Collins

Immediate Past President: Barbara Norman

Program Chair: George Smith

Caucus Collaborative Representative: Selena Smith, Veronica Collins 

Governing Council: Dana Reed Wise

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