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Announcement from Marie LaFargue - Adjunct Faculty, Health Science Department

Book Chapter published by Marie M. La Fargue, MPH
The book "Public Leadership" has been published. You may view further information at

Appointment to Los Angeles County Committee
Marie La Fargue, MPH was appointed in July 2011 as a member of the Los Angeles County Commission for Women's Health Committee. As part of this vital committee for the Commission, Marie will work closely with Ruth Creary, PhD, Chair, to integrate the Komen African American Breast Health Initiative--Circle of Promise efforts--as well as other key county wide initiatives that focus on women from diverse groups into the the Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Timeline (SMART) goals for 2012. The Health Committee of the Los Angeles County Commission for Women serves under the auspices of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.

Who's Who in America 2012
Marie M. La Fargue, MPH was selected for inclusion in the forthcoming Marquis Who's Who in America 2012 (66th Edition) scheduled for publication in September 2011. First published in 1899, this renowned biographical reference directory chronicles American Achievement of the highest merit.


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