Frances M. Veverka, MPH, RS
Ms. Veverka holds her Masters Degree in Public Health from the University of Michigan School of Public Health with a program emphasis in planning and administration.
She holds her baccalaureate degree from Bowling Green State University, Ohio, where she majored in Biology and Speech, and minored in Chemistry.
With over 30 years of experience in public health, she has worked for the Lucas County Health Department and the Ohio Department of Health in Environmental Health, and has served as Health Commissioner of the Delaware General Health District since 1981.
has held numerous leadership positions state and national public health and environmental health associations.
She served on and chaired the Executive Board of the American Public Health Association, largest public health organization in the world with over 30,000 members.
She has also served as President of the Ohio Public health Association, the Ohio Environmental Health Association, and the National Conference of Environmental Health Administrators.
has held gubernatorial appointments to three statewide Ohio boards (State Board of Sanitarian Registration, Private Water Well Board, and Radiation Advisory Council) spanning several years.
Locally, she has participated in the Family and Children First Council and the associated Council Of Governments, serving as President of the COG for two years.
She has served on the United Way Board and chaired the campaign committee.
Her service in Rotary Club of Delaware spans over a decade, and she has served on the Board of Directors as well as chair of committees.
She is serving as Club President for the 2009-2010 Rotary year.
Service on various environmental and other advisory boards is ongoing.
In all of these capacities she
has worked with others to find ways to improve community service and has a great familiarity with the programs available to the community.