DMAA Announces Leadership Changes

WASHINGTON, Jan. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The Disease Management Association of America (DMAA) announced today the retirement of its Executive Director, Warren Todd, from the Association.

"Having had the opportunity to participate in the development of disease management, which has such importance to our country, has truly been an honor. Building a new Association has been both very challenging and gratifying. Having helped DMAA evolve into an organization that now has an established reputation, I am pleased to turn the work over to new leadership and to focus my energies on expanding disease management globally," states Mr. Todd.

"Warren has approached his long standing involvement in DMAA with passion and energy. We are grateful to him for helping to build DMAA into the strong association that it is today and for championing the cause for so many years. We wish him well in his new endeavors," stated Christobel Selecky, DMAA President.

Mr. Todd's contributions to the disease management community span more than a decade. His accomplishments include publishing the first book on disease management; serving as a founding DMAA Board member, President, and Executive Director; and "spreading the word" via more than 100 lectures over the past several years. His efforts were recognized as early as 2001 when DMAA honored him with its Recognizing Excellence Award for Individual of the Year.

A national search for a new Executive Director is underway. In the meantime, all inquiries regarding DMAA and contact information for Mr. Todd should be directed to Peggi Lewis, DMAA's Administrative Director.

Based in Washington, D.C., the Disease Management Association of America is a non-profit, voluntary membership organization, founded in March 1999, representing all aspects of the disease management community. For more information, please visit

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