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Six months later: Final Fiscal Year 2022 Funding Becomes Law

Almost six months after Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 began, Congress passed the FY 2022 Consolidated Appropriations Act, H.R. 2471, a bill funding all Federal agencies through September 30, 2022. For the bill to be properly enrolled and presented to the President for his signature, Congress passed a third continuing resolution to keep the federal government open through March 15. President Biden signed the Act into law on March 15. READ MORE

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Integrative Health Policy Consortium Appoints John Wyble as Executive Director

January 6, 2021 (Washington, DC) After a nationwide search, the Integrative Health Policy Consortium is pleased to announce the appointment of John Wyble, Ph.D., CAE Executive Director.  Dr. Wyble has over two decades of association and community leadership experience, executive leadership roles with the Louisiana State Nurses Association, Child Advocacy Services, Inc., and Louisiana Court Appointed Special Advocates.  His work includes association management and executive leadership of a portfolio of national and statewide professional associations serving as many as 55,000 clients.

 

IHPC Co-Chair, Dr. Margaret Erickson stated, “Dr. John Wyble is an accomplished leader, strategist, and collaborator with more than 28 years’ proven success leading complex organizations to sustained and strategic growth. Dr. Wyble’s career is concentrated in executive leadership, organizational development, governmental advocacy, and stakeholder engagement along with significant experience in strategic planning and leadership development.  He has local, state, and national experience legislatively.  Given his career focus in education, healthcare and child welfare sectors, the IHPC leadership believes John will be a great value to the IHPC.”

 

Dr. John Wyble stated, “The opportunity to work with IHPC to remove barriers to quality health is an honor and responsibility I fully embrace.  Especially, as we all share a responsibility of ensuring quality health and healthcare for all communities, particularly those who have been marginalized and underserved historically.”

 

About IHPC:  The IHPC is a 501(c)(4) Association focused on eliminating barriers to health.  The organization advocates for a healthcare system that empowers people to control their own health and health-promoting practices. It seeks to optimize health-promoting capacity in individuals, organizations, and health professions. And does so by empowering people through education, knowledge and information, advocacy, access, communication, and collaboration.  IHPC members are comprised of non-profit educational and advocacy organizations from across the complementary and integrative health and medicine spectrum, working together toward our shared goals.

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Dr. John Wyble