Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service

Health Services Officer Professional Advisory Committee

2020 HSPAC Analytics Subcommittee

The HSPAC Analytics Subcommittee provides data analytics that inform on the nature and impact of our Category, with a focus on developing data-driven products that encompass all aspects of the HS Category Officer’s career, from commissioning to retirement.

Subcommittee Charge

  • Provide data analytic capabilities in such a way as to inform the targeted audience as to the nature of the Category; officers, mentors, mentees, supervisors, senior leadership within the Category, the Department, and non-HHS organizations which may employ HS officers.
  • Liaise with USPHS Division of Commissioned Corps Personnel (DCCPR)) to ensure the HS Category maintains appropriate and adequate access to support the leadership decision making process.
  • Liaise with representatives from both the HSPAC and PAGs to ensure data collected by stakeholders is appropriately structured, is non-duplicative in nature, and is treated with appropriate safeguards to protect personally identifiable information (PII).
  • Design, validate, implement and deliver training modules to HS officers across the Category to enhance knowledge, understanding and applicability of data analytic processes throughout an officer’s career.
  • PAGs will provide a supportive and/or content expertise to the analytic subcommittee.

Executive Team

Role Rank & Name Email Agency
Chair CDR Sara Azimi-Bolurian FDA
Co-Chair LCDR Aaron Grober CDC
Secretary LT Chris Hooban ACF

Data Visualization Team

Role Rank & Name Email Agency

Team Lead

LCDR Jennifer Cockrill ASPR

Initiatives Team

Role Rank & Name Email Agency
Team Lead LCDR Sandra Oglesby ASPR
Member LCDR Bryan Shelby CDC
Member LCDR Anca Tabakova HRSA
Member LT Albert Licup CMS

Reports Team

Role Rank & Name Email Agency

Team Lead

LCDR Ellen Gee FDA
Member CDR Jonathan Kwan FDA
Member CDR Pascale Lecuire BOP
Member LCDR Jennifer Freiman USDA
Member LT Aaron Grober CDC

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