Celebrating Achievements

Celebrating the accomplishments and hard work of Fellows and showing appreciation for supervisor mentorship and support.
Impact Award

Recognition of a fellow whose accomplishments improved the health outcomes in their district or jurisdiction; made a substantial reduction in burden of disease; or represented innovations to the health district’s public health practice based on epidemiologic foundations or implementation of epidemiologic approaches.

Recipients:
Kenea Andrews, District 5-2

Charlotte Marshall-Fricker, District 3-3

Kenea Andrews (left) and Charlotte Marshall-Fricker (right)

Above and Beyond Award

Recognition of a fellow who has gone “above and beyond” what is expected in their normal range of responsibilities and/or has improved the work environment at your site through exceptional positivity, creativity, or collegiality.       

Recipients:
Sheena Norwood, District 3-1
Mallory Hazell, District 3-2

Sheena Norwood (middle) and Mallory Hazell (second from right)

Community Engagement Award

Recognition of a fellow whose work exemplifies the practice of service to the community. This fellow has developed relationships and/or strengthened bonds between the health district and their community through their public health service.

Recipients:
Diane Piedrahita, District 2

Donovan Stephens, District 4

Diane Piedrahita, District 2 (left) and Donovan Stephens, District 4 (middle)

Outstanding Site Supervisor Award

Our Fellows and this program thrive because of our health district partners. We really wanted to highlight one particular supervisor that has gone the extra mile for their fellows, department, and community. Dr. Amber Erickson from District 5-2 North Central in Macon really embodies the qualities that we want to celebrate in our supervisor colleagues and the fellows in her district and surrounding districts unanimously agreed.

Recipient:
Dr. Amber Erickson, District 5-2

Dr. Amber Erickson (middle) with her fellows, Kenea Andrews (left) and Ramona Barnett (right)