The Power of Nutrients with Karen Howard

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The Power of Nutrients – Should you be popping those pills?

Popping “nutrients” pills (scientific validation of supplements and transparency of information for the consumers) is the main topic of discussion when Ellen Kamhi, PHD, RN, interviews Karen Howard, the Executive Director of the Organic and Natural Health Association.

Karen is a visionary and results-focused leader who has spent more than 30 years working with Congress, state legislatures and healthcare organizations to develop innovative healthcare policy and programs. She has held a variety of executive positions, including serving as professional staff for a Congressional committee, and has policy expertise in the diverse areas of integrative and complementary medicine, managed care, healthcare technology and mental health. An advocate at heart, she has worked to strategically advance the mission and vision of organizations through effective advocacy and strong collaboration.

Prior to Organic & Natural Health, Howard served as executive director for both the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP) and the Association of Accredited Naturopathic Medical Schools. During her nearly 10-year tenure at AANP, she built a sustainable infrastructure, significantly improved financial performance, established a strong federal presence and supported multiple state association advocacy efforts for licensure. Also during this time, the naturopathic medicine profession established itself as a key component of comprehensive healthcare for the future.

CONTACT:
Organic & Natural Health Association: www.organicandnatural.org ,
Facebook: www.facebook.com/organicandnaturalhealthassociation
Twitter: @OrgNatHealth

To listen to the interview, click the player below. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestion, please use the comment section under this post or contact Ellen Kamhi here.

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