American Lung Association of Minnesota Names Angie Lien as Health House Project Director.
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See : Bravery , Minn., Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Lung Association of Minnesota (ALAMN) has hired Angie Lien to head up its indoor air quality Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) deals with the content of interior air that could affect health and comfort of building occupants. The IAQ may be compromised by microbial contaminants (mold, bacteria), chemicals (such as carbon monoxide, radon), allergens, or any mass or energy stressor program. Lien will also serve as the national director of Health House(R) project. Health House project provides consumers and builders with information and education so they can make choices to improve the indoor air quality of homes.
Lien comes to ALAMN from Hammel Green and Abrahamson, a Minneapolis, Minn.-based architectural firm, where she generated new business opportunities and developed marketing strategies to build alliances with developers, contractors and financial institutions. Previously, she worked in marketing communications with Fisher Rosemount, an Eden Prairie, Minn.-based process measurement instrumentation company.
As ALAMN's new indoor air director, Lien will be responsible for developing programming and partnerships to further ALAMN's commitment to being the first source for indoor air information for consumers, organizations and builders. Health House project's consumer education focus is aimed at connecting Problems, Information and Choices (PIC). PIC is being developed to help consumers find the information they need to make healthier choices about indoor environments.
The American Lung Association of Minnesota (ALAMN), serving Minnesotans since 1903, is one of the oldest nonprofit voluntary health organizations in the nation. ALAMN provides advocacy, research, education and programs to promote healthy air, healthy people and healthy lungs. Key areas of focus include: outdoor and indoor air quality, asthma management, smoking prevention and cessation, flu and pneumonia immunization immunization: see immunity; vaccination. , and lung disease lung disease Pulmonary disease Pulmonology Any condition causing or indicating impaired lung function Types of LD Obstructive lung disease–↓ in air flow caused by a narrowing or blockage of airways–eg, asthma, emphysema, chronic bronchitis; management. For more information please call 651-227-8014 or 800-642-5864 or visit the ALAMN web sites at http://www.alamn.org or http://www.healthhouse.org