The UC Berkeley Public Health Alumni Association (PHAA) was established in 1953 to build and strengthen personal and professional relationships among public health alumni and students of the University of California, Berkeley.
The association is led by a volunteer board of directors, which consists of 18 elected alumni directors, three of whom are officers; one non-elective director appointed by the dean; the dean as an ex-officio board member; and three student representatives appointed by the school's student body. In addition to regularly scheduled board meetings which occur throughout the academic year, there are several standing and ad hoc committees, such as scholarship, events and nominating, that also meet regularly.
Through the work of the board and its committees, the Public Health Alumni Association sponsors a series of programs and activities which benefit students and promote mutual help and communication leading to the improvement in professional work among public health alumni of the University of California, Berkeley, in concert with the mission of the School of Public Health.
To learn more about the association, you may contact the Public Health Alumni Association's executive director, Eileen Pearl.
Phone: (510) 643-6382
2015-16 PHAA Goals
Learn about the 2015-16 goals of the Public Health Alumni Association.
Q&As with PHAA Board Members
Get to know Public Health Alumni Association board members by reading the interviews below.