Kevin G. Sumner, MPH
Kevin Sumner is the Health Officer/Director for the Middle-Brook Regional Health Commission, a local health agency in New Jersey, where he has been employed for over 35 years in varying capacities including environmental health specialist, health educator, and health officer.
Mr. Sumner is a Past-President of the National Association of County and City Health Officials and the New Jersey Health Officers Association in which capacity he created PHACE, the Public Health Associations Collaborative Effort. He is a part-time lecturer for the public health program at Rutgers University, and the recipient of multiple awards recognizing his career in public health. Mr. Sumner received his M.P.H. from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey/Rutgers University and his B.A. in Biological Sciences and Classical Humanities from Rutgers University.
He enjoys spending time with his wife and two adult children and, when time allows, being outdoors, playing guitar, or playing eclectic instruments such as the ancient percussive instruments, the “bones” and quijada.