Niki Lemin, M.S., R.S.
Center for Public Health Preparedness
Office of Workforce Development
School of Public Health
The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH 43212
Niki currently serves as a Program Manager in the Center for Public Health Preparedness in the Office of Workforce Development at The Ohio State University, School of Public Health. She is responsible for a variety of training and education activities, such as mass prophylaxis, exercise design, implementation and evaluation, and incident command, at the regional/local level.
Niki began her career in environmental public health in 1997 at the Allen County Health Department in Lima, Ohio, as a sanitarian in the environmental health division. In 2002, she became Director of Emergency Response, responsible for public health preparedness and response. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in environmental studies from Ohio Northern University in 1995 and her Master of Science degree in environmental, health, and safety management from the University of Findlay in 1998. She is a registered sanitarian in the State of Ohio, as well as a licensed massage therapist. Niki is also a former scholar of the Ohio Preparedness Leadership Institute.
Leadership Development Opportunities
The EPHLI has opened many doors for me, and has enabled me to develop personally and professionally. I have learned a great deal about myself, as well as others, which has helped me to further develop my leadership skills, such as conflict management and public speaking. Thank you for the opportunity and the experience.