Susan Starks, President (see more about Susan below)
Quinyatta Mumford, President Elect (see more about Quinyatta below)
Gwen Paul, 1st Vice President
Andi Ridgway, 2nd Vice President
Nancy Ipock, Secretary
Ida King, Treasurer
Kaytlin Cruse, Member at Large (3 yr)
Tammy Cook, Member at Large (3 yr)
Holli Sublette, Member at Large (2 yr)
Marico Howe, Member at Large (2 yr)
Jennifer Medley, Member at Large (1 yr)
Judy Hawk, Member at Large (1 yr)
Tammy Cook, American PH Representative
Catherine Tapp, Board of Health Representative
Libby Seftar, Southern Health Representative
Piper Satterfield, ASPS Representative
Loy Bailey, Health Admin Representative
Ashley Clark, Parliamentarian
Meet Quinyatta Mumford, President Elect 2016-17
Your current position with ADH: Epidemiologist
How long have you been in public health? 8 years as an environmental analyst with federal; 4 years as an epidemiologist with the state
What is your favorite thing about working in public health? I enjoy working in the community, particularly when I have the opportunity to ignite young people’s interest in epidemiology.
Who inspires you? My daughter and Dr. Camara P. Jones, APHA President
The best thing about my job is: Knowing that if disaster strikes, the work we are doing will save lives.
Something others might be surprised to know about me: I am full of surprises: One of the greatest discoveries a man makes, one of his great surprises, is to find he can do what he was afraid he couldn’t do. Henry Ford
If my life had a theme song it would be: Girl on Fire by Alicia Keys
Someone I would like to have dinner with: First Lady, Michelle Obama
Meet Susan Starks, President 2016-17
Susan’s current position with ADH: Information Technology Specialist
How long have you been in public health? 16 years
What is your favorite thing about working in public health? Helping our many users and working on future IT Needs as well as working community events. Working in Public Health has many different sides.
Who inspires you? My Faith and my family.
The best thing about my job is: Interacting with all areas of Public Health, from the inside to the outside. We have so many wonderful people all working toward the goal of a healthier state and serving the citizens of Arkansas.
Something others might be surprised to know about me: When I get off work I change into my farming clothes and work for hours with my animals (Chickens, turkeys, fowl, goats, rabbits and many other animals) My first name at home is Nana and I spend as much time with my grandsons as possible.