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Environmental Public Health Social Media Network

Sectors: Climate ChangePublic HealthGreen Building


Build an online community of environmental public health leaders—graduates from the CDC's EPHLI fellowship program—to facilitate knowledge exchange and collaboration on emerging topics.

  • Build, populate, and launch an interactive website for EPHLI alumni, complete with an alumni directory and topic-based discussion groups.
  • Train EPHLI alumni on how to post information and respond to discussion threads on the website.
  • Facilitate online discussions on how local and state public health departments can contribute to environmental sustainability and climate change initiatives.
  • Launch the alumni network's first research project.


  • Project development and overall management.
  • Strategic consulting on social media and network development.
  • Website development and graphic design.
  • Grant writing.

Applied Research
  • Populate the environmental sustainability and climate change discussion group with emerging research, current events, and case studies of innovative practices.
  • Support survey design and management.

  • Develop guidelines on how to use the interactive website.
  • Provide online training (via webinars) and technical support to new website users.


U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Environmental Health Services Branch


National Environmental Health Association