Arizona Family Health Partnership board elects 3 new members

Three new members have been elected to two-year terms on the Arizona Family Health Partnership board of directors.

Jameela Norton

Jameela Norton

Newly elected members are:

  • Jameela I. Norton, project manager with The University of Arizona ASPIRE Project, which focuses on the promotion of high quality youth development practices in out-of-school time settings;
  • Jami J. Snyder of Phoenix, chief operating officer at The University of Arizona Health Plans;
  • Audra Koester Thomas of Fountain Hills, transit planning project manager with the Maricopa Association of Governments.

They join current board members Hilary Mahoney, M.P.H., president; Karilyn Van Oosten,

Audra Koester Thomas

Audra Koester Thomas

M.A., vice president; Adela E. Jiménez, C.P.A., secretary-treasurer; Judy Walruff, Ph.D., immediate past president and at-large members Mario Diaz, Sandra Erickson, J.D., Gerry Garvey, Jonathon Gonzalez, Beth Meyer, Jovanna Perez, Jennifer Reiter, J.D., David Richardson, C.P.A. and Jody Ryan.

 

Arizona Family Health Partnership is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to making reproductive healthcare and education available and accessible to all women, men and teens in Arizona, particularly those lacking resources and traditionally reluctant to seek health

Jami Snyder

Jami Snyder

care.

For more information, visit www.arizonafamilyhealth.org.

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