Tracking California, a project of the Public Health Institute, is recruiting a new Director for its next stage of growth. The current Director, Paul English, plans to retire this coming spring after founding and successfully leading the program for over 20 years. With his leadership and support, the Tracking California team has worked to advance research, public health surveillance, and community partnerships with the mission of mobilizing data to improve public health, well-being, and health equity. Past projects have focused on, among other things, asthma and outdoor air pollution.
Tracking California is looking for a Director to work closely with the program’s strong team to continue its efforts to promote environmental justice and health equity, advancing a vision in which all people — regardless of location, identity, or income — can live in a healthy community protected from environmental hazards. The Director will play additional roles at the Public Health Institute, serving as Principal Investigator for other priority PHI programs and initiatives, including the Achieving Resilient Communities (ARC) Project.
Find out more about the position here: https://www.phi.org/employment/current-opportunities/executive-director/.