Since 1991, we have pioneered the field of health leadership by training, supporting, and coaching leaders to transform their communities into healthier places to live, work, and play.
Developing public health leaders, creating change, and reducing health inequities
Since 2011, NLAPH has provided training to four-person multi-sector teams from across the country to advance their leadership skills and achieve health equity in their community. Funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the one-year program uses an experiential learning process that includes webinars, a multi-day retreat, coaching support, peer networking, and an applied health leadership project.
CaLAPH trains teams across California to address social determinants of health and to work towards health in all policies in their community.
The LLN provides ongoing leadership training to public health professionals who have completed a Center for Health Leadership and Practice training program. Through webinars and peer networking, the LLN brings together health and leadership experts with program alumni in intimate conversations on new and emerging practices in the field to strengthen their public health practice. Join our LinkedIn group to become part of the dialogue!
Announcing the release of the National Leadership Academy for the Public's Health Cohort 3 Application! Apply to join NLAPH
- "We're living it, but if not for NLAPH getting us to sit down and talk about things strategically, we wouldn't be doing it. It's been huge. If it wasn't for NLAPH, none of this - none of this - would be happening." - NLAPH Fellow
For an overview of the NLAPH program please watch this informational webinar, "Realizing the Collective Conscious: Innovation Model for Multi-Sector Leadership Development for the Public's Health" that was produced by the Leadership Learning Community. We are also pleased to share the NLAPH Cohort 1 Evaluation Full Report and Executive Summary with all of you. This report was prepared by our external evaluation partners, Group Health Research Institute.
We are always looking to identify potential coaches who stretch our thinking and bring varied experience and assets to our leadership work. If you are interested in becoming a coach please enter the requested information into this downloadable PDF statement of interest and send the completed form to Joan M. Twiss, NLAPH Coach Advisor at email@example.com