Miranda Weaver, MPH, opens the line of communication between clients, customers, businesses, and key stakeholders to get projects done. As a US Army combat veteran with over 12 years of experience in public sector health programs, Weaver is an experienced leader with demonstrated success in team building, professional development, strategic implementation, root-cause analysis, continuous process improvement strategies, as well as study development, design, and evaluation.
Weaver’s professional experience includes health-related leadership positions with the U.S. Army and the Department of Defense, including acting as a Research Team Lead, Quality Assurance Manager and Program Manager at United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID). While at USAMRIID, Weaver managed projects in viral therapeutics, serving as the technical laboratory manager for the Ebola Response Team of Operation United Assistance during the 2014 Ebola epidemic in western Africa. She was recognized for her contributions to public health research with the Armed Forces Service Medal.
Weaver holds an MPH from American Public University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Clinical Laboratory Science from Thomas Edison State University. She is a nationally-certified medical laboratory technician and holds a current Six Sigma Black Belt certification from the Council for Six Sigma Certification.