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CEHN Celebrates 25th Anniversary with Gala

Children’s Environmental Health Network (CEHN) is a national non-profit organization that has been working for 25 years to protect children from environmental hazards such as air pollution related to asthma, lead poisoning related to learning disabilities, and pesticide exposures related to childhood cancer.

The Board and Staff of CEHN invite you to join us to celebrate CEHN’s 25th Anniversary Gala and Awards Event, to be held on October 13  at the Josephine Butler Parks Center, in Washington, DC, and to consider your school to be an official sponsor. There are several different support levels—Please see our sponsorship brochure for your consideration and instructions on how to proceed. Sponsors will be included in promotional materials in advance of and during gala festivities to showcase your organization’s commitment to children’s environmental health.

Each year our unique awards event honors key leaders within the field of children’s environmental health and their tireless efforts to promote safe and healthy environments for all children.  We are pleased to share with you our 2017 award recipients:

  • Science Award – Dr. Michael L. Weitzman,  professor of Pediatrics and Environmental Medicine at New York University School of Medicine and professor of Global Public Health at the New York University School of Global Public Health
  • Carol Stroebel Health Policy Award – Dr. Jerome Paulson, professor, Department of Environmental & Occupational Health at The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services; Department of Pediatrics at The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Community Award – Dr. Robert Bullard,  professor, Urban Planning and Environmental Policy and Administration of Justice of the Texas Southern University; former dean, Barbara Jordan-Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs at Texas Southern University 2011-2016
  • Child Health Advocate Award – Ms. Annabelle M. Allison; senior field assignee, Tribal Support Unit in the Office for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support at the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention