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EPHA - Nina Renshaw joins EPHA as Secretary-General and new HEAL board member

Last month, Nina Renshaw (left) took up the position of Secretary-General at the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA). Ms Renshaw replaces Emma Woodford, who was the Interim Secretary-General since June following Monika Kosińska’s departure to the WHO. Ms Woodford will now become EPHA Director for Strategic Partnerships and Development.

The EPHA Board appointed Nina for her EU policy campaigning and management experience and commitment to EPHA’s values. Nina joins EPHA from the Brussels-based European Federation for Transport and Environment (T&E), where she was Deputy Director.

Nina also replaces Emma Woodford as a member of the HEAL Executive Committee.

Last updated on 17 December 2014

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