Environmental Health Services Supervisor
Public Health - Seattle & King county
Ki Straughn, RS, Environmental Health Services Supervisor at Public Health – Seattle & King County (PHSKC) has 30 years of experience in Environmental Health Programs combined at PHSKC and Snohomish Health District. Currently, as supervisor in the Food and Facilities Program Ki's interest and focus is in areas of quality assurance, trainings and program alignment with the FDA Voluntary National Retail Food Regulatory Program Standards (VNRFRP), Washington State code revisions with the 2017 FDA Food Code and in the Foodborne Illness Investigation Team (FIIT). Ki is currently a co-presenter at the FDA Pacific Region Conference and upcoming 2019 NEHA AEC on the topic of "Secrets to Success in Staying Active with the Retail Program Standards!" She currently serves as a NACCHO member on the Council to Improve Foodborne Outbreak Response (CIFOR) and is a Co-Lead in the Identify Development Team as well as on several committees for the Conference of Food Protection Council 3. She has also been instrumental in securing multiple AFDO Grants, regional trainings for the Pacific Northwest region including Epi-Ready and HACCP/Special Processes and lead for the 6th and 7th Cohort NACCHO Mentorship Programs. Ki is an instructor at Edmonds Community College teaching Foodborne Illness Prevention and HACCP. Through the lens of servant leadership, cultural competencies and equity Ki's lifelong passion to help others is reflected in her many years of work and volunteer service in the diverse communities she serves. Ki was born in Seoul, South Korea, grew up in the Pacific Northwest and has an EH Bachelor of Science from University of Washington School of Public Health and Community Medicine.
Tuesday, July 9
3:15 PM – 4:15 PM