Annual Report Annual Report 2015 : Page 17

201 5 FI NAN C IAL S (U NAU D ITE D FI G U R E S) Domestic Programs Infectious Diseases Newborn Screening Informatics Lab Strengthening/Leadership Food Safety Workshops Public Health Preparedness Leadership Development Member Services Environmental Health Laboratory Systems and Standards APHL Consulting Conferences Administration Domestic Programs Total 6,557,831 3,955,536 3,630,762 3,182,451 2,959,333 2,028,126 2,002,938 1,448,184 1,403,800 919,798 807,012 591,487 387,720 (43,371) Global Programs Angola 586,847 APHL Consulting 24,688 Botswana 407,292 Democratic Republic of the Congo 13,090 Ethiopia 216,543 Ghana 119,058 Guyana 13,949 Haiti 33,406 Kenya 538,320 Lesotho 48,595 Mozambique 989,582 Namibia 469,178 Nigeria 185,588 Other Global Health 686,455 Program Management 68,278 Rwanda 5,563 Sierra Leone 838,265 South Africa 127,642 South Sudan 300,999 Swaziland 160,753 Tanzania 334,105 Ukraine 42,658 Vietnam 225,901 Zambia 237,453 Zimbabwe 1,326,805 Global Programs Total 8,001,013 29,831,607 GLOBAL PROGRAMS $8,001,013 EXPENSES DOMESTIC PROGRAMS $29,831,607 TOTAL $37,832,620 (UNAUDITED FIGURES) 2015 APHL ANNUAL REPORT 17 2015 APHL ANNUAL REPORT 17

2015 APHL Awards

2015 APHL Awards

Lifetime Achievement Award

Philip Amuso, PhD, HCLD(ABB)

Former Chair of the APHL Workforce Development Committee; director for five clinical laboratories around the nation

Lifetime Achievement Award

Sally Liska, DrPH

Global public health laboratory consultant

Silver Award

Ewa King, PhD

Associate Director of Health, Rhode Island State Health Laboratories

Emerging Leader Award

Andrew Cannons, PhD, HCLD(ABB)

Chair of the 2015 LRN National Conference Planning Committee

On the Front Line Award

Bernard Branson, MD

Director, Scientific Affairs LLC; Retired Associate Director for Laboratory Diagnostics, CDC Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention

On the Front Line Award

Robert Kobelski, PhD

Owner and principal scientist with Resolution Sciences LLC (a training/consulting company specializing in chromatography and mass spectrometry)

Healthiest Laboratory Award

First Place: State Hygienic Laboratory at the University of Iowa

Runner-up: San Bernardino Public Health Laboratory, California

Honorable Mention: Katherine A. Kelley Public Health Laboratory, Connecticut

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