Emily Reynolds Leaving WI CCC Program for UW Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies

After nearly six years with the WI CCC Program, Emily Reynolds has accepted a new position at the University of Wisconsin Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies. Emily has served many important roles at the WI CCC Program. She began working with the WI CCC Program as a Graduate Assistant in 2010 and eventually became Policy Coordinator for the WI CCC Program in 2014. Throughout her time with the WI CCC Program she has provided tremendous insight into the policy, systems and environmental change aspects of cancer control, particularly in prevention. Emily’s passion and dedication for cancer prevention led to the formation of the School Wellness Learning Collaborative and most recently to the Healthy Hospitals and Clinics project. Emily also served as the staff liaison to the WI Cancer Council Policy Committee, establishing and maintaining important relationships with organizations across the state to align and advance cancer control policy priorities in Wisconsin. Emily’s last day at the WI CCC Program was April 1, 2016.

Emily has accepted the Project Manager position for the University of Wisconsin Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies where she will work in the Community and Alumni Relations unit to manage several Nelson Institute events and alumni relations. While we will greatly miss Emily’s presence in the office and her commitment to accomplish any project at hand, we wish her the best in her future endeavors. Please join us in congratulating Emily on her accomplishments at the WI CCC Program and the achievements she will realize while working at the UW Nelson Institute.

The WI CCC Program is currently working to refill the Policy Coordinator position. Please stay tuned for job announcement, to be released shortly. In the meantime, if you have any questions please contact Amy Conlon at [email protected].

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