ODPHP Deputy Director Carter Blakey Named as One of the Most Influential Women Leaders in Health Promotion

The American Journal of Health Promotion has recognized Carter Blakey, ODPHP Deputy Director, as one of The Most Influential Women Leaders in Health Promotion. In their recently published editorial, Deputy Director Blakey features amongst “13 of the most accomplished female leaders working in health promotion based on their contributions to health science, their mentorship, and their executive leadership for organizations with far reaching health impact.”

 

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