We are very pleased and proud to announce yet another achievement for one of the TAMU Water Project members, Oscar J. Muñoz. Read the press release below.

Congratulations, Oscar.

Date: Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Oscar J. Muñoz, recently completed the prestigious Emerging Leaders in Public Health program, a nine-month executive education program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Muñoz is the Deputy Director for the Texas A&M, College of Architecture, Center for Housing and Urban Development, Colonias Program. “I am excited about having completed this intensive leadership program. The program provided me with additional skills to address crises in the public health field related to human resources, communication and financial management.”
The Emerging Leaders in Public Health Program is designed to prepare the next generation of public health leaders by identifying and training those individuals with the talent to serve in significant leadership capabilities in the next decade. The program’s topics include leading and managing in a turbulent environment, analyzing crisis scenarios and assessing their potential impact on one’s organization and community, creating sustainable organizations in public health and managing an increasingly diverse workforce. The methods used to facilitate the sessions include personalized coaching, action learning teams, on-site seminars and peer coaching.
Scholars attend three retreats in Chapel Hill, in addition to access to distance learning opportunities. The program features faculty from the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Public Health and the Kenan-Flagler Business School.