APHSAAmerican Public Human Services Association
APHSAAssociation of Police Health and Safety Advisers
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Life Before APHSA: I started my career in Washington, D.C., interning for Scott Harris, Clerk of the U.S.
Priorities at APHSA: To help bring our five-year strategic plan to life through member communications with an emphasis on social media and peer-to-peer interactions and learning.
Priorities At APHSA: As a Government Affairs/Policy Fellow, my priority at APHSA is to provide accurate and timely updates on federal legislative matters to ensure our members are fully informed.
Priorities At APHSA: My priority at APHSA is to assist in delivering accurate, on-point policy analysis, which I hope will be of value to the members and their work.
Harder currently serves on the APHSA Executive Governing Board and as the Chair for the APHSA National Council of Local Human Services Administrators Executive Committee.
Life Before APHSA: Prior to joining the organization, I was working at DePaul University in Chicago as a Research Assistant while pursuing my Master in Public Administration.
Priorities At APHSA: My priority at APHSA is to deliver on-point policy analysis and strategy to make sure members are informed of current policy proposals and the potential impact on their work.
Priorities At APHSA: My top priority at APHSA is to promote integration and collaboration across health and human services sectors to identify systems and strategies that lead to improved outcomes for families and communities.
Just for good measure, here's the definition from Antonio Oftelie, Executive Director of Harvard's Leadership for a Networked World (LNW), "A set of interconnected organizations, machines, and services that can collaborate across boundaries, across silos, and design new solutions that address and solve root causes of individual, family, and community health and human services challenges." In addition to our partnership with LNW, APHSA is working closely with the Kresge Foundation to better understand how a focus on ecosystems can enable social and economic mobility for families and create thriving communities.
Priorities at APHSA: My main priorities at APHSA are to improve the efficacy and facilitate the operations of AAICPC.
Priorities at APHSA: I assist the President & CEO as well as the Director of Membership and Events.
Priorities at APHSA: Build a comprehensive influence strategy that advances our Pathways work, leveraging and engaging the expertise and experience of our members.