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Departmental Clubs

Spend time with people who share your interests. Below is one of the many clubs offered at ADPH. More will be added at a later date. If you are interested in learning more about clubs at ADPH or would like to discuss leading your own, you may contact Teresa Fair, Wellness Coordinator, at or (334) 206-7941.


ClubEpi is a monthly meeting of epidemiologists, research analysts, and public health scientists. The purpose of ClubEpi is to review and share research, communicate information regarding the collection and analysis of data, and garner technical assistance for various data driven projects. Activities are coordinated by Melissa Morrison, a CDC Career Epidemiology Field Officer assigned to the Alabama Department of Public Health.

ClubEpi members are involved in several workforce development efforts, including the development of data skills and training needs assessment. Additionally, ClubEpi members actively participate in public health emergency preparedness and response activities such as the Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response (CASPER).

Contact Melissa Morrison at or (251) 947-1644.

iChoices Book Club

Do you like to go on awesome adventures..even if they're just in your head? If so, the iChoices Bookclub might be just the place for you. The club meets the 1st Wednesday of every month, with locations determined accordingly. If interested, send an email to

Tower Toastmasters

The Tower Toastmasters Club is a sector of Toastmasters International. The mission of the Toastmasters Club is to provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every individual member has the opportunity to develop oral communication and leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth. The club consists of a group of individuals working to pursue their goal to become self-assured, successful speakers and leaders. Meetings are held every Tuesday at noon on the 2nd floor (Regions Bank). Visit Tower Toastmasters for more information.

Page last updated: May 13, 2021