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Jeanne Alongi, MPH DrPH
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Last updated: 1/11/2017
Jeanne Alongi, MPH DrPH
Consultant -- NACDD : Chronic Disease Directors' Forum - States only
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National Association of Chronic Disease Directors
2200 Century Parkway, Suite 250
30345  United States
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916 452-2440 (Phone)
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  Domain 3, Program Integration and Collaboration
  Capacity building
Disability prevention
Evidence-based decision making
Healthy aging
Integration and coordination
Strategic planning
Jeanne Alongi, MPH, DrPH, is a public health consultant with experience in national-, state-, and local-level practice. Her professional interests center on public sector public health practice and a population-based approach to chronic disease prevention. Ms. Alongi served in the Public Health Prevention Service at CDC before becoming the director of the arthritis and osteoporosis programs in the California Department of Health Services. She has consulted on national and state-based activities in the areas of healthy aging, arthritis, epidemiology, and program integration and collaboration. She is the recipient of the Secretary’s Award for Distinguished Service from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Ms. Alongi earned a BS from the University of California -Davis, an MPH from the George Washington University, and doctorate in public health leadership at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill. She lives in Sacramento, California.

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