AIHA Welcomes Managing Director of Global Learning, Names Interim Executive Director

Mark Milroy began his position on Jan. 11, according to the association.

The AIHA announced it has named Mark Milroy as its managing director for global learning.

"AIHA plays a critical role as the leading provider of education to the OEHS community," Milroy said. "I'm honored to join the AIHA team, and I look forward to enhancing the learning opportunities we provide to those who protect worker health." Most recently, Milroy worked as the vice president of learning for the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE). Before that he held leadership positions for APICS, NACAC, and John Carroll University.

"Mark is sure to hit his stride quickly at AIHA," said AIHA Interim Executive Director Nancy Green. "He brings experience working with technical content, knowledge of progressive learning models, and a track record of success in complex association environments. His professional approach with volunteers and staff is just one more added bonus."

Green, FASAE, CAE, herself is newly on board as the association's interim executive director. Green had joined the AIHA staff as executive vice president/deputy executive director in October 2015. Green acquired the interim title after Peter O'Neil announced his departure from AIHA in order to become the chief executive officer of ASIS International.

"Nancy brings a wealth of association and executive-level experience to this interim role. The board of directors is confident that with her skills and management style she will be an excellent leader for the organization following the departure of our trusted colleague Peter O'Neil, and her experience with recruiting executive level talent will be a tremendous asset during our national search for the next executive director of AIHA," said AIHA Board President Dan Anna, Ph.D., CIH, CSP.

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