Cheryl A. Warfield

Professional highlights - Cheryl Warfield has 30 years of experience working in support of biomedical research in the nonprofit sector and U.S. federal government.  She has played key roles in conceiving of and creating award-winning multimedia educational and training materials including print, video, and Web-based instruction.

In 1991, Ms. Warfield joined the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Office of Laboratory of Safety.  For 15 years, she worked with the director in managing the collaborative environmental health and safety initiatives of the institute.  Ms. Warfield directed the new-employee laboratory safety orientation program, and led the development of a Web-based training course and tracking system.  She served as associate producer/program coordinator for the creation and development of 11 nationally recognized laboratory safety training videos.

Prior to joining HHMI, Ms. Warfield spent 23 years at the NIH.  She joined the NIH Division of Safety in 1984 as a principal staff advisor to the director where she provided daily support to senior division officials in all areas of the division’s operations.  Ms. Warfield specialized in effective communications that required the skill to distill complex subject matter into easily understandable and concise messages.

Ms. Warfield also served as a principal staff advisor to the director, Division of Engineering Services; senior program advisor to the NIH associate director for research services; executive secretary of the NIH director’s executive board and steering committee for the clinical center infrastructure revitalization program; and chief of the NIH Parking and Traffic Control Branch.

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