We are thrilled to announce that Paige Denison is the new chair of EBLC! Paige has been a member of EBLC for four years and represents Project Enhance (two evidence-based programs for physical activity, falls prevention and self-management and data management programs for multiple EBPs) and Sound Generations (a community-based multi-service organization that includes a Health & Wellness Dept. delivering multiple EBPs throughout King County, WA and disseminating EnhanceFitness and EnhanceWellness throughout the country). Paige has shown dedication to the mission of EBLC, leadership, and determination. She has been working in the field of evidence-based programming for 18 years, and has a strong vision for the future of the field, as well as EBLC.
Stephanie Fallcreek, CEO of Fairhill Partners, and innovative housing and social service community that implements multiple EBPs throughout Cleveland, Ohio, will continue as Vice Chair of EBLC until her term is up in 2018. Lesley Steinman will remain with EBLC as past-Chair and is excited to be starting a PhD program in health services and implementation science at the University of Washington this fall, to help further the EBLC mission through novel scientific tools and techniques.