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“Leadership is all about taking people on a journey. The challenge is that most of the time,
we are asking people to follow us to places we ourselves have never been.”
– Andy Stanley

The UPHA Awards Committee is accepting nominations for the following awards. The deadline for submitting a nomination for any of these awards has been extended two more weeks to:
5:00 p.m. on Friday March 29, 2019.

The Utah Public Health Association (UPHA) recognizes the outstanding efforts of organizations and individuals in the community that work hard to improve the lives of communities and individuals around Utah. These organizations and individuals are true leaders of the public's health.

This year's award recipients will be announced and presented during the Annual Public Health Conference's UPHA Annual Awards Luncheon, April 24-26.

If there is someone in your organization who has excelled at providing public health awareness, knowledge, or implementing a program in your community, now is the time to recognize their efforts by nominating them for one of these awards.

* Beatty Award – The Beatty Award is the most distinguished award given by UPHA. Each year, the Beatty Award is presented to a UPHA Member who is in good standing and who has made a significant contribution to public health in Utah.

* Public Health Hero – The three categories for the Public Health Hero awards are: An individual from the community; a public health employee; and a group, organization, or project. We award these individuals/groups for this award; one from each category.

* Rising Star Award – This award is given to an individual who demonstrates leadership in the public health field. Individuals nominated for this award should be making a significant contribution to the advancement of health within a community or to the knowledge and practice in the public health field. Nominees should be new to public health, having worked in this area for no more than 3 years.

* Youth Award – This award is presented annually to a youth group that has made a significant contribution to address a serious public health problem.

Nomination forms for each award is also available at: https://www.upha.org/resources.html  

Submit your nominations to the UPHA Awards Committee Chair,
Lori Greene at lgreene@co.weber.ut.us – by 5:00 p.m., Friday March 29, 2019.






















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