Amira Adawe Appointed to MPCA Advisory Committee

									Mona Rath |
																			February 25, 2016

University of Minnesota School of Public Health portraits April, 2015 in Minneapolis. © Tony Nelson

Amira Adawe, MPH-PHAP ‘14, is among eight citizen advisors appointed by Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton to provide input and recommendations on certain regulatory decisions made by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.

Adawe is planner and health educator of Family Health and Community Engagement at Saint Paul – Ramsey County Public Health, where she plans the maternal/child health policy initiatives and develops their community engagement strategy.

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