Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service

Asian Pacific American Officer Committee

Senior Advisor

CAPT Juliette Cheng Taylor, PharmD, MBA, BCPP, RAC, CQIA


January 1, 2022 to present


CAPT Juliette Cheng Taylor serves as the Senior Advisor for the Asian Pacific American Officers Committee (APAOC). In this role, she provides executive council to APAOC leadership and supports APAOC’s important role in providing advice to the Office of the Surgeon General (OSG) on interests and concerns of Asian Pacific officers in the USPHS Commissioned Corps (Corps).

Through a series of senior positions at her duty stations and in the Corps, she brings a wealth of experience in strategic planning and diplomacy. She has over 18 years of policy, clinical, and teaching experience with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Service (CMS), academia, and private sector. She has a proven record of leading teams in developing and implementing new policy and legislation, international harmonization, domestic and international stakeholder engagement, contractor management, and managed care consulting. She is passionate about advancing international public health and applying best business practices to strengthening partnerships with academia, industry, and global counterparts in promoting drug development.

Since her undergraduate days, as a founding mother of Alpha Sigma Rho, the first Asian sorority in Georgia, she has been an advocate for diversity and inclusion, promoted strength in unity across racial divides, and fought racism and discrimination through education and cultural awareness campaigns. In the Corps, she was a guest speaker at APAOC’s first Leadership Summit in 2017, a panelist in the second annual event, and a member of the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Cultural Support Workgroup. This group was formed in April 2021 to support our officers in response to overt racist aggressions during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Over the course of her career as a Corps officer, she has served on multiple deployments in response to national emergencies as a mental health team pharmacist. She is trained as a clinical pharmacist, board-certified in psychiatric pharmacy and residency-trained in geriatric pharmacotherapy. She received an MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management. She is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Maryland and has guest lectured for the Master of Regulatory Science Program.

CAPT Taylor is a proud mother of 2 teenagers and enjoys discovering the world with them.

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