FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The National Network of Public Health Institutes Welcomes Katy Sandusky as the Associate Director of Communication
- By: National Network of Public Health Institutes
The National Network of Public Health Institutes Welcomes Katy Sandusky as the Associate Director of Communication
Katy brings over ten years of experience in communication to NNPHI and a passion for using communication to drive connection and change.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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NEW ORLEANS, LA — The National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) recently announced the addition of Katy Sandusky, as the new associate communications director. Sandusky will lead the development, execution, and evaluation of NNPHI’s communications plan and outreach strategy. She serves as the communication lead for all NNPHI programs and projects across the organization.
“I am delighted to welcome Katy to our growing network,” said Vincent Lafronza, Ed.D., M.S., president and CEO of NNPHI. “Leveraging her experience across several sectors, Katy brings important insights to the network’s multisector innovation in health. We are already learning from Katy, and I look forward to our partnership.”
Sandusky brings to NNPHI ten years of communications and marketing experience spanning professional sports, entertainment, nonprofit and disaster relief. She holds a Bachelor of Communications degree from Towson University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Loyola University of New Orleans.
“Being in New Orleans at the height of the COVID19 pandemic made me feel called to pursue a career in public health,” explained Sandusky. “That time spotlighted the racial inequities and issues of accessibility and education, not only here in New Orleans, but across the country. I believe effective communication can drive change and I’m excited to be a part of communicating the important work being done by NNPHI to improve health for everyone.”
About the National Network of Public Health Institutes
Mobilizing more than 40 public health institutes throughout 32 states along with ten university-based regional training centers and 40 training affiliates, the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) supports national public health system initiatives and strengthens public health institutes to promote multi sector activities resulting in measurable improvements of public health structures, systems, and outcomes. NNPHI also serves as the National Coordinating Center for Public Health Training – NCCPHT. To learn more about NNPHI, visit www.nnphi.org.
About the National Coordinating Center for Public Health Training
The National Coordinating Center for Public Health Training has a network of public health institutes, training centers, and national partners that is intentionally designed and effectively equipped to address the urgent need to build leadership and strategic capacity nationwide by leading the development of a coordinated system of effective, efficient, and quality learning opportunities. Through the use of innovative training technologies and proven approaches grounded in adult learning theory, NCCPHT serves all public health professionals by expanding access to high-quality training, tools, and resources they need to address current and emergent public health issues.