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Keven Prusak named district president of national health alliance

Keven Prusak, an associate professor in Brigham Young University’s School of Education, was elected as a district president for the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.

Prusak will be presiding over the southwest district of the United States, which consists of Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, California and Hawaii. He was elected during a national convention in Santa Fe, N.M., Feb. 10-13.

AAHPERD promotes physical activity and healthy lifestyles in both the schools and in the community. Officers and members are professionals in all different types of industries and work with legislatures and school boards to promote daily physical activity and healthy nutrition.

Prusak, who specializes in children’s health, will be leading the regional organization in its efforts to advocate, research, publish and create standards for health in the United States.

For more information, contact William J. Vincent at (801) 422-2670.

Writer: Brandon Garrett

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