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FPH Election results

FPH thanks all those who stood in the recent elections and are pleased to announce the results for a new FPH President, Vice President and three General Board Members. The successful candidates are:

  • President – Kevin Fenton
  • Vice President – Tracy Daszkiewicz
  • General Board Members – Rachel Flowers, Paul Johnstone and Meng Khaw

The formal voting report from Civica Election Services can be found here. The successful candidates will all take up office from the FPH AGM in June 2022.

FPH President Professor Maggie Rae said "I would like to thank all candidates who stood in these elections for their commitment to the Faculty and our members.

I congratulate Professor Kevin Fenton on his election as FPH President, and Professor Tracy Daszkiewicz on her election as Vice President. 

During my time as President of the Faculty I have worked closely with both Kevin and Tracy, and am certain that the Faculty will continue to grow and develop under their leadership.

I also congratulate our three new Board Members who bring a wealth of experience to their roles and will help provide strategic leadership for the Faculty"

FPH President-elect Professor Kevin Fenton said “I am absolutely thrilled to have been elected to this important post for the Faculty of Public Health and privileged to serve our profession at this critical time.

I want to acknowledge and thank the excellent field of candidates that stood in this election and congratulate those elected to serve on the Board. They all represent the very best of our specialty and confirm the depth of inspiring public health leadership across the United Kingdom.

I look forward to working with the FPH Board, Officers and Members across the UK and globally to continue the organisation’s dynamic and impactful leadership in the months and years ahead.

Working together, we will ensure the Faculty remains a consistent and authoritative voice on the public health challenges of our time, advocating for the public’s health, tackling inequalities, and ensuring a workforce fit, prepared and capable for the future.”

Published 20 December 2021

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