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Past Executive Directors
Attorney Mark Hubernan
Assumed the administrative leadership of the NHA on a volunteer basis on June 1, 2014 following the retirement of Lynn Grudnik. Mark also moved the NHA headquarters Tampa, Florida to Youngstown, Ohio. He held that role until being succeeded by his wife, Wanda Huberman, on January 1, 2020.
Served as NHA Executive Director in 2001, a position she held until May 2014 when she retired to spend more time with her grandchildren.
In 1995, Lynn went to work for ANHS, now known as the National Health Association (NHA). In 2001, after almost six years with the organization, she became the NHA’s Executive Director and Editor of Health Science magazine. Lynn loved working for the National Health Association because it gave her the opportunity to meet wonderful people and share the benefits of leading a healthy lifestyle. Lynn credits the information she found in Health Science magazine with changing her life.
Lynn and Bud are Life members of the NHA. They have one married daughter and became proud grandparents a year ago.
James Michael Lennon served the NHA from 1980-2000 in a variety of capacities, beginning as a member of the Board of Directors. In 1983, he became the Director of the Herbert Shelton Library, a role that included the installation and cataloging of the collection in the NHA national headquarters in Tampa. In 1985, he became the editor of Health Science. During his tenure, Health Science was redesigned, and with articles by leading hygienic physicians and other experts in the field it soon became an award-winning publication. From 1986 to 2000, he served as NHA Executive Director, with the goal of reestablishing the NHA as the scientific voice of the health movement. In conjunction with the International Association of Hygienic Physicians, NHA educational materials were updated, international conferences and regional seminars were held throughout the United States, and the NHA took a leadership role in national safe-food efforts, helping to pass the historic Organic Food Act of 1990 and preventing the widespread irradiation of foods.
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