Arlene Joyner | Deputy Assistant Secretary

Arlene Joyner, Deputy Assistant Secretary, HHS/ASPR

Ms. Arlene Joyner is the Deputy Assistant Secretary and Director, Industrial Base Management and Supply Chain for the Administration for Strategic Preparedness and Response (ASPR) within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). In this role, she is responsible for leading HHS efforts on Advanced Manufacturing Technologies, Personal Protective Equipment, Testing and Diagnostics, the Defense Production Act authorities for HHS, and Supply Chain Optimization for the public health industrial base.
Ms. Joyner’s previous roles within ASPR include Deputy Director for the Pharmaceutical Countermeasures Infrastructure Division and Branch Chief for the Pharmaceutical Countermeasure Infrastructure (PCI) Department within the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA). She has been in Federal Service within ASPR for the last 12 years.  Prior to joining ASPR, Ms. Joyner worked for six years at Merck and Company in Quality Auditing and Vaccine Manufacturing Operations, and 16 years at Baxter Vaccines Division as a Manufacturing Manager, Materials Management and Supply Chain Manager, and Manufacturing Operations Director. Ms. Joyner holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Penn State University and a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from Villanova University.


Day 2 - November 29 @ 08:45

ASPR’s Office of Industrial Base Management and Supply Chain (IBMSC) - Domestic manufacturing for therapeutics and other critical medical products

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