4 things to know about the CDC’s new acting chief of staff

Kelly Gooch –
Tuesday, August 18th, 2020
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Here are 4 things to understand about Ms. Witkofsky.

Nina Witkofsky is the brand-new acting chief of staff at the CDC.

She presumed the role after Kyle McGowan left the CDC on Aug. 17..

1. She served as senior adviser to CDC Director Robert Redfield, MD, and worked at the U.S. State Department.

2. At the State Department, she offered leadership on program advancement and execution, modification management and tactical interactions in the public diplomacy and public affairs office and at the bureau of cultural and instructional affairs, according to the CDC site..

3. Ms. Witkofsky has been a professor of the Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies in Washington, D.C., for nearly 10 years..

4. She has an MBA from Mercer University in Atlanta

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