Program Manager
Kentucky Department for Public Health
Frankfort Kentucky UNITED STATES

Janie Cambron, RS, MPH Janie Cambron has worked within local and state public health agencies for over 13 years. Janie currently serves as the Program Manager for EnviroHealthLink, Kentucky’s Environmental Public Health Tracking Network, which is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and housed at the Kentucky Department for Public Health (KDPH). She joined KDPH in 2011 as the Performance Improvement Manager, working with the Commissioner’s Office and local health departments on quality improvement, strategic planning and accreditation initiatives. Before joining KDPH, she was the Sr. Regional Epidemiologist for the Green River District Health Department for 4 years. She began her career in public health in 2004 as an Environmentalist at the Barren River District Health Department and later, the Green River District Health Department. Janie still retains her Registered Sanitarian (RS) license. Janie has a Masters of Public Health (Environmental concentration) and a Bachelor of Science (double major Biology and Agriculture) from Western Kentucky University. She was a University of Kentucky Public Health Leadership Institute Scholar from 2007-2008. Janie was named the 2008 Young Careerist for both the Northwest Region and Local Owensboro Region from the Organization of Business and Professional Women. She serves as the Vice President of the Kentucky Public Health Association (KPHA) and is the policy chair and conference exhibits chair, as well as past chair of the Epidemiology section. She is also involved with the Council and State Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE). Janie assisted in the research of mapping the genetics of Drosophila (fruit fly) while at the Western Kentucky University Biology Department in 2003 and co-published an article in the 2012 Vaccine journal regarding a measles outbreak in Kentucky. Janie resides in Frankfort with her husband Jon and their four children. Her professional interests include children’s environmental health, disease investigation, emergency response and quality improvement. Her personal interests include fishing, photography and any kind of travel.

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