Matt Johnson, R.S., M.P.H.
Cuyahoga County Board of Health
Parma, OH 44130
Master of Public Health, Northwest Ohio Consortium for Public Health (NOCPH). Bowling Green State University and University of Toledo, 2007.
Bachelor of Science, Biology, Mount Union College, Alliance, OH, 1995.
Cuyahoga County Board of Health (CCBH), Parma, Ohio. February 1997 – present.
Program Manager of the School Environments and Manufactured Home Parks Programs.
Program Manager of the CCBH Solid Waste Program. 2003-2006. Managed this program through three successful Ohio EPA surveys.
Co-Presenter of “Orange City School District’s Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Experience.” At the 2nd Annual AMA / CDC Preparedness Conference. Washington, D.C. July, 2007.
Testified in support of and helped to develop an Ohio law known as Jarod’s Law (HB 203).
Member of the Ohio Department of Health’s School Rule Development Committee established after the passage of Jarod’s Law.
Participated in the epidemiological investigations of the 2002 West Nile Virus outbreak and the Legionella outbreak at the Ford Motor Plant in Brookpark, Ohio.
City of Cleveland Public Health Department, Cleveland, Ohio. May 1996 – February 1997.
President, Ohio Environmental Health Association (2008 - 2011)
Past Chairman, Ohio Environmental Health Association School Technical Committee.
Member, National Environmental Health Association
Leadership Development Opportunities
The Environmental Public Health Leadership Institute (EPHLI) provided me with the opportunity to meet and learn with some of the brightest people working in the field of environmental public health. EPHLI provided me with the tools to evaluate who I am as a person and as a professional which is critical to understanding how I’m viewed by my peers and colleagues. The Action-Learning and Systems Thinking teachings of the Institute were invaluable and will remain a part of my professional life throughout my career. There is no doubt that EPHLI is the premier leadership development course for environmental public health professionals in existence today.