About the Foundation
The mission of the American College Health Foundation (ACHF) is to promote, improve and advance the health, well-being and overall success of college students. The ACHF will accomplish this mission by funding sustainable college health initiatives and programs, including education, research, advocacy and professional development in partnership with the American College Health Association and its members.
Why have a foundation?
The foundation's sole purpose is to support the field of college health and the mission of ACHA. In 1995, ACHF began the process of building an endowment fund, which will provide ACHA with additional support in perpetuity. The foundation supports projects and activities that would not otherwise be funded through traditional revenue sources.
Who oversees the foundation?
ACHF operations are governed by a board of directors separate from that of the association. Board members are responsible for the financial security of the foundation. They serve on a voluntary basis and are not compensated for expenses incurred in the performance of their duties.
ACHF Board of Directors
Connie Crihfield, BSN, MSN, RN-C
Case Western University (Retired)
Ralph Manchester, MD
Director and Professor of Medicine
University of Rochester University Health Service
J. Robert Wirag, HSD
University of Central Florida (Retired)
Pamela Bowen, MD, MPH
Princeton University (Retired)
Nancy Anderson, BSN, RN-BC
The College of Wooster (Retired)
Jackie Ayers, PhD
Director, Employee Health Services
University of Florida Student Health Center
Gallagher Student Health & Special Risk
Dorothy Kozlowski, MSN, RN
Rutgers University (Retired)
Cindi Love, MA, EdD
Out for Undergrad
Michael McNeil, EdD, CHES, FACHA
Chief of Administration
James P. Mitchell, MBA
Senior Director, University Health Partners
Montana State University
David Lynn Tabor, MBA, FACHE
University of Georgia (Retired)
Stephan D. Weiss, PhD
Founder & Chairman
Stephan D. Weiss Foundation