Brandon Talley, MPH

Brandon Talley is the vice president for non-infectious disease programs for the CDC Foundation. In this role he is responsible for the organization’s data modernization initiative; domestic and global divisions focused on preventing the leading causes of death such as heart disease, cancer, and stroke; and impact evaluation efforts.

While at the CDC Foundation, Talley has led several impactful programs. He operationalized tobacco surveillance activities in high-burden countries to monitor and improve tobacco control policies that protect nearly 1.7 billion people. He managed multiple emergency response efforts, including the 2016-2017 Zika response in Puerto Rico that–for the first time–provided nearly 30,000 women access to highly-effective, free, reversible contraception. Full Bio (PDF).