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Jeffrey S. Crowley is best known as a member of the Domestic Policy Council in the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama as the Director of the Office of National AIDS Policy from 2009 to 2011, tasked with coordinating the U.S. government's efforts regarding HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care and developing the National HIV/AIDS Strategy.

Background

Crowley, Jeffrey S. was born in 1965.

Education

Bachelor in Chemistry, Kalamazoo College, Michigan, 1988. Master in Public Health, Johns Hopkins University School Hygiene & Public Health, Baltimore, 1994.

Career

Chemist section analytical biochemistry, Laboratory Clinical Science National Institute of Mental Health, Washington, 1991—1993. Public policy intern, special assistant to executive director National Association People with Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (NAPWA), 1994, assistant executive director, senior policy associate, 1994—1995, associate executive director, 1995—1997, deputy executive director programs, 1997—2000. Project director, senior researcher Institute Health Care Research & Policy, Georgetown University, 2000—2009.

Director Office National Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Policy, Executive Office of the President, Washington, since 2009. Member Families United States of America Medicaid Coalition, since 1995. Member steering committee Patient's Bill of Rights Coalition, National Partnership Women & Families, since 1998, Consumer Coalition Health Privacy, since 1999.

Board directors Consortium Citizens with Disabilities, since 1999.

Membership

Volunteer science teacher Nsongweni High School, Swaziland, South Africa, 1988—1991.