Kentucky Department of Public Health
David Jones is a 1997 graduate of
After graduation, he worked as a consultant out of
Presently, he works as an epidemiologist with the Division of Epidemiology and Health Planning with zoonotic disease and other reportable diseases.
What I Learned at EPHLI
The institute has been very rewarding and insightful. It has helped to further my leadership abilities and expand my perceptions. The tools made available were invaluable, i.e. the systems thinking, CSI and MBTI and the institute gave a unique opportunity to communicate/build relationships with other states and the CDC. Through all of my education and work experience, this opportunity has been very unique and has bridged the gap from practitioner to leadership. This program is highly recommended for building capacity and the future leadership of EH. The program will definitely strengthen EH and I look forward to the impact the next group of fellows will have on this country. As Connie Mendel stated, thanks to all who have provided a greater insight to our project and allowed us to tackle critical aspects of meth impact on