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Frank Alvarado, Bilingual Housing Code Inspector

President

City of New Haven
Livable City Initiative
203-410-0515
FAlvarado@newhavenct.gov

Frank Alvarado, Jr. is a Bilingual Housing Code Inspector with the City of New Haven with over ten years of experience. Frank holds the Certified Code Enforcement Officer designation from the International Code Council (ICC) and American Association of Code Enforcement (AACE).  He also holds the ICC/AACE Property Maintenance and Housing Inspector certification as well as the Zoning Inspector certification from ICC.

Frank attended New York University and majored in Real Estate at NYU’s Schack Institute of Real Estate. Frank has been in the real estate industry for over 17 years, holding various positions and is currently a licensed real estate broker in the State of Connecticut.

Frank is a proud veteran of the U.S. Army Reserves and Connecticut Army National Guard where he served as a 91B (combat medic) for seven years.

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Heather Oatis, MPH, REHS/RS, Director of Health

Secretary

Town of South Windsor
860-337-6173
heather.oatis@southwindsor-ct.gov

Heather has worked in the field of public health since 2007 after graduating with a BS in Public Health from Southern Connecticut State University.  She has worked with the Town of South Windsor for eight years.  Prior to that, she was with the Manchester Health Department and Ledge Light Health District.  Heather completed a Master's in Public Health from the University of New England in 2021.

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Amy Lehaney, RS, MPH, Sanitarian

Director

Town of Fairfield
203-256-3020
alehaney@fairfieldct.org

Amy Lehaney has been a registered sanitarian with the Town of Fairfield Health Department for the past 12 years.  Prior to joining the Town of Fairfield Health Department she worked for the City of Stamford Health Department for 7 years. She has a Master’s in Public Health from Southern Connecticut State University and a Bachelors in Environmental Science from St. Bonaventure University.  She has been a member of CAHCEO for almost 20 years and has been on the Executive Board for over 15 years in a variety of roles.  She served as the President of CAHCEO from 2010-2014.

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Ilyssa Delgado, Housing Code Inspector

1st Vice President

City of New Haven
Liveable City Initiative
203-946-7660
IDelgado@newhavenct.gov

Ilyssa Delgado is currently a housing code enforcement official with the City of New Haven and has worked different positions at the department of the Livable City Initiative since 2009. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in public health from Southern CT State University and is pursuing a Master’s  degree in public health online through the University of Vermont. Ilyssa is also a licensed Real Estate Agent, a licensed EMT, has a phase 1 subsurface sewage certification, and served 7 years in the CT Army National Guard as a Bridge Crew Member.

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Sean Tipps, RS, Registered Sanitarian

Treasurer

City of Bridgeport
203-332-5531
sean.tipps@bridgeportct.gov

Sean has been with the Bridgeport Health Department since June 2010, prior to that he has been with the Stamford Health Department, Mashantucket Pequot Tribe, New London Health Department & worked in the environmental consulting field.  He has been a member of CAHCEO since 2006 and a member of the CAHCEO scholarship committee, reviewing scholarship applications.  He has also assisted past treasurer, Albertina Baptista with Treasurer duties.
SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry, 1987
SUNY Agricultural & Technical College @ Cobleskill, 1984

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William Nash, Government Relations Regional Manager

New England

International Code Council
888-ICC-SAFE (422-7233)
wnash@iccsafe.org

William (Bill) Nash is currently employed by the International Code Council, Inc. as the Government Relations Regional Manager—New England. In this capacity, Mr. Nash provides support to ICC Chapters, affiliates, and stakeholders. He also provides legislative support, with responsibility and oversight, for the New England states relative to the implementation and support of the International Codes.

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2nd Vice President

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Caleb Cowles, MPH, RS, Supervising Sanitarian

Director

City of New Britain Health Department
860-612- 1604
ccowles@newbritainct.gov

Caleb has been with the City of New Britain Health Department since 2007.  Prior to this he worked as an environmental consultant specializing in Lead and Asbestos remediation projects throughout the state.  He received his undergraduate degree from CCSU in Biology and a Master’s Degree in Public Health from UCONN.  He has served as President of CAHCEO, co-chair of an ad-hoc committee formed to support adoption of a statewide Property Maintenance Code, and is a teaching assistant in the UCONN graduate school for both the Environmental Health and Public Health Administration courses.   Caleb is also an alternate commissioner for the Town of Southington Planning and Zoning Commission where he resides.

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Ebrima Jobe, Sanitarian

Immediate Past President

Stamford Department of Health & Social Services
203-977-4391
ejobe@stamfordCT.gov

Member of CAHCEO since 2006 First Vice President Connecticut Weights and Measures Association; President Connecticut Gambian Association Incorporated.

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Ryan Stewart, Fire Inspector

Director

City of New Britain

Ryan Stewart has been employed by the City of New Britain's Fire Department since 2004 (FF I,II) and was promoted to Ladder/Truck Driver in 2007. In 2014 Ryan accepted a position as Fire Inspector where he works to date.  His tasks include but not limited to: Plan Review, Fire Investigations and Code Compliance Enforcement.  Ryan maintains certifications as: Youth Fire Setter I and II, Public Fire and Life Safety Educator I and II, Fire Service Instructor I and II, EMR, Hazardous Material Inspector, Forensic Photography, Juvenile Firesetter Intervention Specialist I and II as well as performing the role as the City of New Britain's Burn Official.  Ryan's involvement in community activities throughout  his career  include: "Introductory to the Fire Service" provided by the New Britain High School, various Public Education programs (Pre-K through High School) provided by New Britain Fire Department. Works in those programs as well as others continue to current day.  As of 2017 Ryan has been Lead Investigator in over 70 fires and has participated in over 100 fire investigations.

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Judith H. Rothschild, JD

Board Advisor
Director of Blight Remediation and Housing Code Enforcement
City of Hartford

Department of Development Services
judith.rothschild@hartford.gov

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (1982), University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT Juris Doctorate (1985), Quinnipiac University School of Law, North Haven, CT

Judith H. Rothschild is the Director of Blight Remediation and Housing Code Enforcement for the City of Hartford, Department of Development Services. Prior to joining the City of Hartford in 2021, she was the Supervisory Prosecutor for Housing Matters for the State of CT, Division of Criminal Justice, Office of the CT Chief State’s Attorney. She has over 35 years of experience in housing matters, which includes prosecution of violations of state and municipal housing, fire, building, health, blight and related safety laws as well as landlord-tenant criminal disputes. Attorney Rothschild is a CT Police Officer Standard and Training Council (POST) certified adjunct instructor, a CT Dept. of Administrative Services adjunct fire marshal and building official instructor, and was a Practitioner in Residence at the University of New Haven, Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences (2011-2021).