Clyde H. Penn Jr.

Clyde H. Penn Jr.

Over the past 10 years, Clyde has directed over 15 national campaigns and projects for CDC, CMS, SAMHSA, Census Bureau, DOD, USCG and HUD. He translates research and information into practical strategies, tools and materials that best meet client goals associated with reducing social and health disparities. This includes CDC’s Business Responds to AIDS program; Live Well DC; and the 2010 Census campaign.

 

Functional Expertise:

Communications/Marketing; Community Mobilization/Engagement; Media; Partnership Engagement; Strategy

Audiences:

African American; Asian/Pacific Islander; Latino; Native American; College students; LGTB; Health departments; Low Literacy populations; People with Disabilities; Seniors

Health Areas:

Chronic Disease, Environmental Health, HIV and STDs, Mental Health, Obesity, Substance Abuse

Garry R. Curtis

Garry R. Curtis Garry understands the communications challenges embedded in chronic disease control and prevention from more than two decades experience building and executing successful campaigns as President & CEO of Hager Sharp for clients, including NIH and CDC’s National Diabetes Education Program. He brings expert insights across a variety of diseases and the challenges in engaging audiences in efforts to control their disease, prevent complications and exacerbations, and engage in prevention activities.

Functional Expertise:

Behavioral Change Marketing; Communications/Marketing Social Marketing; Strategic Planning

Audiences:

Multi-ethnic communities; Seniors

Health Areas:

Chronic Disease Control and Prevention; Cardiovascular Disease; Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD); Diabetes; Child Well-being