Jen Harris is the Public Health Director for Todd County Health Department. She began her career in Public Health in 2000 as a health educator and has also working as a marketing specialist for a statewide nutrition program. She received her BA in Education in 1998, with an emphasis in Exercise Science, from the University of Kentucky; she received her MS in Public and Community Health in 2001 from Austin Peay State University. In addition to serving on the Chamber board, she serves as the western Kentucky representative for the Kentucky Health Department Association and was KHDA’s 2015-17 Legislative Chair. Jen was the Todd County Chamber President for the year 2000.
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