Mark L. Messonnier is an economist with public and private sector experience. In 1995, he received a Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from The University of Georgia, with concentration in applied welfare economics and joined CDC in the inaugural class of Prevention Effectiveness Fellows. He has conducted domestic and international economic analyses of chronic and infectious disease interventions. He has co-authored book chapters on benefit-cost analysis and published in agricultural economics, health economics, health, and public health journals. He has served as a director of the Madison Ave Community Fund, Inc. of Decatur, Georgia and is an assistant scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop 134 of Decatur. He works in CDC’s Population Health Workforce Branch as a special advisor for academic programs.
Tuesday, July 9
3:15 PM – 4:15 PM