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NDDH Strategic Plan - Updated November 2019
Grants Report - Updated September, 2019
FY 2019 NDDH Town Annual Reports
|Town of Brooklyn||Town of Pomfret|
|Town of Canterbury||Town of Putnam|
|Town of Eastford||Town of Sterling|
|Town of Hampton||Town of Thompson|
|Town of Killingly||Town of Union|
|Town of Plainfield||Town of Woodstock|
Board of Directors
NDDH is governed by the Board of Health, comprised of representatives of the towns we serve. The number of representatives is determined by each town’s population. The Director of Health, Susan Starkey, MPH, MS, RD, is a non-voting member of the Board and serves as its Secretary/Treasurer.
Board Member Biographies
Bob Kelleher Luther Thurlow Elaine Lippke Robert Grindle Sue Starkey
|Brooklyn||Robert Kelleher||Board Vice Chair, Executive, Finance|
|Rick Ives (Alt)|
|Christopher Lippke (Alt)|
|Paul Torcellini (Alt)|
|Killingly||David A. Griffiths||Board Chair/Executive|
|Vacancy (Killingly Alt)|
|Elaine Lippke (Borough of Danielson)||Finance (Interim Chair); Executive|
|Vincent Iannuzzi (Danielson Alt)|
|Jorge Martinez (Alt)|
|Orla McKiernan-Raftery (Alt)||Finance|
|David Heck (Alt)|
|Woodstock||Dr. Gail Dickinson|
|Robert Andrews (Alt)||By-Laws|
Six Governance Functions of a Local Board of Health according to the Connecticut Association of Boards of Health:
- Policy development: Lead and contribute to the development of policies that protect, promote, and improve public health while ensuring that the agency and its components remain consistent with the laws and rules (local, state, and federal) to which it is subject.
- Resource stewardship: Assure the availability of adequate resources (legal, financial, human, technological, and material) to perform essential public health services.
- Legal authority: Exercise legal authority as applicable by law and understand the roles, responsibilities, obligations, and functions of the governing body, health officer, and agency staff.
- Partner engagement: Build and strengthen community partnerships through education and engagement to ensure the collaboration of all relevant stakeholders in promoting and protecting the community's health.
- Continuous improvement: Routinely evaluate, monitor, and set measurable outcomes for improving community health status and the public health agency's/governing body's own ability to meet its responsibilities.
- Oversight: Assume ultimate responsibility for public health performance in the community by providing necessary leadership and guidance in order to support the public health agency in achieving measurable outcomes.