NACCHO announces three senior staff appointments

The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) announced Tuesday the appointments of three senior staff members.

"Each of these talented new employees has a proven track record of success and will strengthen NACCHO and all our members," Dr. LaMar Hasbrouck said. "They join a dedicated NACCHO staff working with officials in local health departments to help the American people lead longer, healthier and more productive lives."

The organization has appointed David Egner, a former Associated Press reporter and editor, to serve as its chief of marketing and communications. Egner has also served within the offices of the lieutenant governor and governor of New York in senior communication positions. He has also worked within the Military Health System in the Department of Defense and within the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Oscar Alleyne has been selected to serve as the senior adviser for public health programs. Prior to this appointment he served as the director of epidemiology and public health planning for Rockland County in New York and has served with NACCHO as a subject matter expert for many workgroups.

William Barnes has been appointed to serve as NACCHO's chief program officer. Prior to this appointment, he served as a clinical psychologist in the Children's National Health System. He has also worked as a consultant for UNICEF and the World Health Organization. Barnes has also taught as a professor of pediatrics at George Washington University.

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