Senior Public Health Analyst
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Stacey Hoffman serves as the lead for emergency response policy and partnerships in CDC’s Center for Preparedness and Response.
In her 20 years at CDC, Stacey has worked many public health emergencies—she is currently based in Geneva working with WHO on both the novel Coronavirus and Ebola responses. Previously, she has worked on poliovirus in Kenya and Nigeria, Zika and hurricanes in St. Croix, and Cholera in Haiti. She has also worked many responses from CDC’s Emergency Operations, including leading the communication response for CDC’s National Pharmaceutical Stockpile program following the September 11th and anthrax attacks.
Prior to coming to CDC, Stacey worked in preparedness and response for the state of Georgia, leading communication for bioterrorism preparedness and for outbreak responses, including a large West Nile virus outbreak. Early in her career, Stacey served as an aid to the late Congressman George Sangmeister and to then Secretary of the Interior Bruce Babbitt. Stacey earned her M.P.H. degree from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill and her B.A. degree from the University of Rochester in New York.
Thursday, August 27, 2020
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM EDT