Nils Daulaire Named HHS Assistant Secretary For Global Affairs

“On December 13, 2012, U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius named Dr. Nils Daulaire Assistant Secretary for Global Affairs,” an HHS press notice reports, noting “Daulaire has led the Office of Global Affairs since March 2010.” According to the notice, “The office is charged with promoting the health and well-being of Americans and of the world’s population by advancing HHS’s global strategies and by working with U.S. government agencies in the coordination of global health policy,” and, “[a]s head of the newly renamed Office of the Assistant Secretary for Global Affairs (ASGA), Dr. Daulaire will retain his same role and responsibilities including his position as U.S. Representative of the United States on the Executive Board for the World Health Organization” (December 2012).

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