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  1. 1. TOWN HALL BREAKFAST & ASSEMBLY Sponsored by the National Restaurant Association Ask Questions via the App and Engage in the Discussion!
  2. 2. NEHA Annual Report
  3. 3. Membership • 4,611 NEHA members (May 2016) • 14% increase since September 2015 • New Business & Industry affiliate created • Increased outreach to students
  4. 4. Affiliate Engagement • Newsletter insert for affiliate newsletters • Training for affiliate officers at the AEC • Attendance by NEHA President, Executive Director, and Regional VPs at affiliate conferences
  5. 5. 2,375 1,490 3,372 4,684 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 July/August 2015 June 2016 Mailed Journal E-Journal Journal of Environmental Health Delivery, July/August 2015 to June 2015 • Published 48 peer reviewed articles in last year • Published 8 columns from several different agencies & individuals • Added an e-Journal bonus article beginning last January • 75% using e-Journal only option
  6. 6. Credentialing Top credentials: • REHS/RS - 3,207 credential holders • CP-FS - 2,043 credential holders • HHS - 637 credential holders • Moving to a paperless system for all forms • Renewal notices are now sent by e-mail • Number of credential holders is increasing
  7. 7. Finances • NEHA had a profitable year in FY15 (+$37,693) • Still recovering from a disastrous FY14 (-$316,254) • Clean audit for FY15 • We are on track to have a profitable FY16
  8. 8. • About 8.8% of NEHA’s revenue comes from dues • The cost of services provided to members exceeds dues income • NEHA’s AEC has lost money the last three years • We believe that we are on track to break even on the AEC this year Finances
  9. 9. Major changes for 2016: • Content rich opening and closing sessions • Streamlined awards ceremony • President’s Banquet replaced with fun casual social event with food & music • Introduction of NEHA TV • Sessions that speak to relevant current issues in the field • More student friendly • Partnership with HUD Annual Educational Conference & Exhibition
  10. 10. Attendee Registrations for AECs 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 w/ IFEH 2015 2016 w/ HUD
  11. 11. Grand Rapids 2017 Anaheim 2018
  12. 12. Marketing & Communications Increased PR & Media RelationsEH is a contact sport!
  13. 13. New Website Delivered Aug 2015 …redesigned for the first time in more than a decade!
  14. 14. New Infographics!
  15. 15. • Joanne Zurcher was hired as Director of Government Affairs • NEHA office opened in Washington, DC • Work this year on: • Zika virus • NCEH funding • Preventing the next Flint water crisis • Credentialing of EH professionals Government Affairs
  16. 16. RCAP Univ of Illinois Tulane NNPHI EPA Texas Health Institute School IPM FDA IPM School Coalitions Tribal Water Program & Partnership Development USDA HUD National Healthy Schools George Mason Univ GAO Physicians for Social Responsibility CDPHE Hedgerow Acela ESRI Socrata CDC Tracking 45 Partner Agencies $1.65M in Funding
  17. 17. Entrepreneurial Zone: Credentials • Updated exam, training, study materials, and/or credential requirements for: • REHS • CP-FS • CCFS • Food Safety Auditor • Developing credentials for: • Shellfish Inspector • Animal Feed Inspector Launched FoodBloc.org, online registry of food safety professionals
  18. 18. • Participate in national curriculum development for the Integrated Food Safety System (IFSS) • Awarded $5M multi-year contract with FDA to deliver food safety training to state, local, tribal, and territorial food safety regulators • Developed 6 online courses for FDA Entrepreneurial Zone: Training
  19. 19. Global Engagement • Participation in the International Federation of Environmental Health • Developing bilateral relationships with Canada, Australia, and Jamaica • Jamaica will soon become our first International Partner Organization (IPO)
  20. 20. In a Nutshell • Successful leadership transition • Stable finances; clean audit • Growing membership • Outreach to students & industry • More engagement of affiliates • Growing portfolio of grants and contracts • Increasing influence in Washington, D.C. • Increasing visibility of NEHA and the EH profession • New approaches, innovations, & partnerships
  21. 21. Questions?
  22. 22. Poll: What should NEHA’s number one organizational priority be for the next 12 months?
  23. 23. Social Q&A
  24. 24. Poll: What position or policy papers, if developed, would be most helpful to you in the next year?
  25. 25. Poll: Do you find the continuing education opportunities offered by NEHA to be beneficial to you/your career?
  26. 26. Poll: How can state affiliate organizations and NEHA strengthen or structure their relationships to achieve mutual benefits for both parties given existing limited resources? Other successful models we can use?
  27. 27. Poll: What topics would you like to see published in the Journal of Environmental Health?
  28. 28. Poll: What benefits would members like to see be offered by NEHA that would add value and purpose for joining/retaining their membership?

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