A person appointed by the chief health official of the official public health agency of each U.S. state, district, territory, possession or tribe. The Designee must be an employee of the public health agency.APPLY NOW
Eligible individuals perform state-level public health nutrition duties in the state department of human services, education, agriculture or aging, or tribes. Expanded members can be nominated by the state nutrition director or they can nominate themselves to be an Expanded Member. ASPHN's Board of Directors then approves their membership.APPLY NOW
Individuals or agencies with an interest in public health nutrition who do not work for, or are not consultants contracted by the state public health, human services, education, agriculture or aging departments, or tribes.APPLY NOW
The support the organization provides is amazing and demonstrates that you can fulfill all your normal responsibilities and still make a difference at the national level.
ASPHN has become the 'go to' voice of public health nutrition because it recognizes and corrals all of our individual strengths into a common resource.
I have been an ASPHN Expanded Member for less than a year, but I am already benefitting professionally.
One of the benefits I have received in being an ASPHN member is getting to know other public health nutritionists and learning how they handle challenging situations.
I love the leadership trainings that are available to us. These trainings provide an opportunity for us to learn more about up-and-coming issues and trends in our fast-changing field.