Director of Health
West Hartford-bloomfield Health District
Mr. Huleatt is the Director of Health for the West Hartford-Bloomfield Health District. The local public health district serves a population of approximately 83,000 residents in municipalities immediately west and north of Hartford, Connecticut. Mr. Huleatt has over thirty years of experience in local public health. Mr. Huleatt’s public health career began in Environmental Health. He was appointed the Health Director for the Town of West Hartford, CT in 1989. He was appointed Health Director of the West Hartford-Bloomfield Health District in 1995.
Mr. Huleatt is a two time past President of the Connecticut Association of Directors of Health (NACCHO State affiliate) and a past President of the Connecticut Public Health Association (APHA State affiliate). He currently serves on Boards of eHealthCT, the Connecticut Association of Directors of Health and the Connecticut Public Health Association. He is a past board member of the Connecticut Health Foundation, National Association of County and City Health Officials and the past Connecticut Affiliate Representative to the Governing Council of the American Public Health Association. With NACCHO Mr. Huleatt served on the Executive Committee, the Project Public Health Workgroup, co-chaired the Preparedness Planning and Outcome Measures Workgroup, chaired the Bylaws Committee and served on the Nominations Committee. Recently he chaired NACCHO’s Incident Management Workgroup and represented NACCHO on the National Homeland Security Consortium. Presently he represents NACCHO on the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Forum on Medicine and Public Health Preparedness for Disasters and Emergencies.
Mr. Huleatt received his graduate education of a Master of Public Health degree and graduate Certificates in Business Mastery and in Local Government Management at the University of Connecticut and is an adjunct Instructor in the University’s Department of Community Medicine. In 2011 Mr. Huleatt completed the National Public Health Leadership Institute at the University of North Carolina.
Wednesday, July 10
1:30 PM – 2:00 PM