NEHA 2021 Annual Educational Conference (AEC) & Exhibition Three-Part Virtual Series

NEHA 2021 AEC Transitions to a Three-Part Virtual Series

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2021 AEC Goes Virtual

The National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) has continued to closely monitor developments of the COVID-19 pandemic since its inception earlier this year. After careful deliberation, the NEHA Board of Directors has made the difficult but necessary decision to transition the face-to-face 2021 Annual Educational Conference (AEC) & Exhibition scheduled for July 12-15, 2021, in Spokane, Washington, to a three-part virtual series.

Developing details regarding the NEHA 2021 AEC Three- Part Virtual Series will be posted on the 2021 AEC website as they become available.

“As the health and safety of our members, presenters, exhibitors, attendees, partners, and staff is our highest priority, the NEHA Board of Directors has made the difficult decision to transition the 2021 AEC & Exhibition to a virtual three-part series. While I am disappointed we won’t have the opportunity to see our friends and colleagues in person, I feel certain NEHA has made the right decision. I have full confidence that the NEHA leadership and staff will develop this three-part virtual series to be as valuable, educational, and interactive as past AECs. I look forward to participating in this new learning and conference format,” stated Sandra Long, NEHA president.

View announcement from Sandra Long, NEHA Board President 

2021 AEC Theme: Together a Safer and Healthier Tomorrow

Environmental health professionals have been on the front line of an unprecedented global pandemic. COVID-19 brought with it changes in our roles and increases in our responsibilities. Together we are working for a safer and healthier tomorrow.

The NEHA AEC is the premier environmental health conference that brings together professionals from around the globe, virtually in 2021, to learn and discuss current and emerging environmental health topics and issues. Discover how local agencies, industries, and levels of government are working to ensure the safety of the public and environment, and how they contribute to the advancement of the environmental health profession.