Dyanne Herrera, M.P.H., serves as the chief of the Office of Assessment and Evaluation in the Bureau of Women’s and Children’s Health at the Arizona Department of Health Services. She oversees the data unit and epidemiologist and is involved in coordinating all policies, strategies and activities surrounding assessment, evaluation and research of maternal and child health programs. Before joining the Arizona Department of Health Services, she was a council of state and territorial epidemiologist (CSTE) assigned to the MCH-Epidemiology Team of the CDC’s Division of Reproductive Health and the Office of Border Health of the Texas Department of State Health Services covering the U.S-Mexico border region in El Paso. During her fellowship Herrera received the Hillary B. Foulkes Memorial Award in recognition of her outstanding achievement and commitment to excellence as a CDC/CSTE applied epidemiology fellow.
PHHP Outstanding Alumni 2014