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Tamara S. Hamaty

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

2019 fellow

Tamara S. Hamaty serves as Associate Director for Public Health Intelligence for Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)/Department of Health and Human Services. On behalf of the CDC Director and senior leadership, she provides executive leadership to the agency’s national security program. Tamara works closely with interagency partners across the United States government to represent CDC equities and strengthen whole-of-government approaches to national security challenges to develop creative and positive solutions to complex issues. Tamara has served over three decades in various positions with CDC and the Federal Bureau of Investigation supporting national security, public health, global security, counterintelligence, insider threat, information security, personnel security, physical security, and federal law enforcement investigations.

Tamara holds a Bachelor of Arts from Oglethorpe University, and is a graduate of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health National Preparedness Leadership Initiative Executive Education Program.

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