Director of Public-Private Partnerships
The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc. is a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving military medicine and public health. Since 1983, we have helped military personnel conduct quality medical research and education programs by:Building qualified scientific teams of researchers and creating an effective research infrastructure Maintaining our academic affiliation with the Uniformed Services University (USU), providing access to cutting-edge science and technology and fostering cross-disciplinary collaboration Establishing relationships with more than 160 military medical and organizations worldwide Employing about 1,600 medical, scientific, management and administrative personnel We envision a Foundation that:Is recognized for advancing medical science and improving quality of life Values its customers and exceeds their expectations Facilitates collaborative scientific ventures Is known for intellectual rigor and creativity Attracts and retains top-quality people Fosters a dynamic, innovative work environment
Directs resource development for the Center for Public-Private-Partnerships (CP3), a center within the Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine (HJF), and The Veteran Metrics Initiative (TVMI). Through TVMI, CP3 builds and sustains unique public-private partnership teams of actively engaged DoD, VA, and civilian researchers and advisors. The teams strategically design and conduct integrated research projects to measure the impacts of numerous publicly and privately sponsored interventions on the long-term well-being of veterans. The findings are made available to a broad range of stakeholders to help guide their delivery of veteran transition assistance programs. Also oversees HJF’s annual Heroes of Military Medicine Awards (HMM) by leading committee management and outreach, marketing, and programmatic and production elements.