Adjunct Lecturer, Public Health
Health Promotion Sciences Department
Wayne Tormala has been working in the human services field for 41 years, where he has enjoyed a career in both the public and private sectors at the local, state, national and global levels. Wayne has directed programs across a wide range of issues, including world hunger, mental health, HIV/AIDS care and prevention, environmental conservation, poverty, economic development, and public health. In the past 15 years, Wayne has developed several national models of economic development and public health for high-risk, disparate populations. Wayne has performed extensive public-speaking and media work throughout his career in local, state, and national venues. He has served on several boards and commissions, and is currently serving as Chair of both the North American Quitline Consortium and the City of Phoenix Human Services Commission, the American Cancer Society’s CEO’s Against Cancer, Arizona Wellness Council, and the Governor’s Council on Aging.