Dovel Taps New Advisory Board Members

Dovel Technologies has announced the development of its new advisory board, which will provide expert guidance in the advancement of the company’s strategic plan.

Adding an advisory board further advances Dovel’s vision to successfully scale the business to deliver innovative solutions with a positive impact across the federal government, the company said.

The new advisory board members include:

Adaeze Enekwechi, PhD

Adaeze Enekwechi

Adaeze Enekwechi, a Ph.D. who’s an expert in health equity and evidence-based health policymaking. She most recently was the president of social science research firm IMPAQ. Prior to that, she served as associate director for health programs at the Office of Management and Budget under President Barack Obama.

Lynn Goldman, M.D., M.S., M.P.H.

Dr. Lynn Goldman

Dr. Lynn Goldman, the Michael and  Lori Milken dean and professor of environmental and occupational health at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at The George Washington University. She previously served as professor of environmental health sciences at the Bloomberg School of Public Health and as assistant administrator for toxic substances at the Environmental Protection Agency

Dr. Louis C. Tripoli

Dr. Louis C. Tripoli

Dr. Louis C. Tripoli, a retired U.S. Navy rear admiral, who most recently completed an assignment as command surgeon for U.S. Indo-Pacific Command. He has held multiple top positions in private and military medical establishments including chief medical officer at Prominence Health, Reno Nevada; officer in charge of the Navy Expeditionary Medical Unit at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Germany; and medical director at MedImpact Health Services, San Diego, California.

“The executive leadership team and I are excited to work with these expert advisors who bring significant domain experience in government policy, customer knowledge, and innovative technologies and who will be instrumental in propelling Dovel in our next phase of growth,” Dovel CEO Damon Griggs said.

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