Fellows of AIHA


Fellows of AIHA are individuals who are full members in good stand​ing and have 15 years of continuous membership. These individuals have been nominated by a local section, committee, special interest group or other formal AIHA entity for their recognized achievement in the field of industrial hygiene.  Individuals are approved as Fellows by the AIHA Board of Directors after recommendation by the Awards Committee. Those full members given the title Fellow will be limited to no more than five percent of the full members.

Recognized contribution as evidenced by solid contributions in at least three of the following areas:
  1. Original research or invention, demonstrated by the publication of papers in refereed journals. (Some consideration will be given to articles in trade journals.) The nominee must be the principal or the secondary author.
  2. Work in policy areas which may include corporate, federal, state, and local activities as well as standards development and advocacy.
  3. Technical, scientific, or management leadership in industrial hygiene.
  4. Exemplary contributions to improving education in industrial hygiene. Contributions to education include textbook authorship, editorships for IH compendia (e.g., Patty’s), teaching PDCs and evaluations from those PDCs, giving short courses, development of training and teaching tools, etc.
  5. Direct contribution to AIHA by serving as an officer, in committee work, or conference planning.
2017 Fellows
  • ​Dianne Grote Adams, CIH, CSP, CPEA
  • T. Renee Anthony, PhD, CIH, CSP
  • John Baker, CIH
  • Catherine C. Bobenhausen, CIH, CSP
  • Steven E. Guffey, PhD, CIH
  • Laura Hodson, CIH
  • James H. Jones, CIH
  • Michael D. Larranaga, PhD, PE, CIH, CSP
  • Christine A.D. Lorenzo, CIH
  • Charles R. Manning, PhD, CIH
  • Jerome E. Spear, CSP, CIH
  • David A. Sterling, PhD, CIH, ROH
  • Bonnie L. Weeks, CIH
  • John N. Zey, CIH