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Lessons from the Field on Clean Air Policies

Monday, May 3, 2021, 4:30 PM – 5:30 PMVirtual

This session will equip participants to implement successful evidence-based strategies at state and local levels. Smoke-free and tobacco-free policies are important tools to protect employees and students from inhaling secondhand smoke while on campus, reducing smoke exposure, improving air quality and providing a supportive environment for those trying to quit smoking.


  1. Laura King, BScN Director of Public Health, Principal Investigator, American Heart Association, Dallas, TX
  2. Monica Leal, MPA, CHES Public Health Program Manager, El Paso Program Manager 5 American Heart Association, Dallas, TX
  3. Maggie Mahoney, JD Sr. Public Health Analyst, Katmai Government Services Policy, Strategy, and Translation Team, Office on Smoking and Health, CDC, Atlanta, GA

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe how smoke-free and tobacco-free policies can protect employees and students on campuses
  2. Identify how to engage students to support tobacco-free campus policy changes


Karla Sneegas, MPH Program Services Branch Chief, Office on Smoking and Health, CDC, Atlanta, GA

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