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Stacy Shiver Named Interim Chief for Bureau of Communicable Diseases
June 04, 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 4, 2013
Contact: Communications Office
TALLAHASSEE—The Florida Department of Health (DOH) is pleased to announce Stacy Shiver as the Interim Bureau Chief for the Bureau of Communicable Diseases. Shiver most recently served DOH as STD Section Administrator, coordinating budget and resource allocations, managing grant funding and strategic planning initiatives, and implementing and monitoring workload priorities.
As STD Section Administrator, Shiver also collaborated with private and public disease control partners, developed technical assistance guidelines, and integrated STD/HIV services at the client service level. He has been part of the STD section since 1998, previously working as part of the management team, and in senior information systems and data management.
“Stacy is an experienced and well respected leader in communicable diseases,” said Dr. Celeste Philip, Interim Deputy Secretary for Health. “His expertise with data systems will serve the bureau and agency well as we continually seek enhanced integration between our state office and the county health departments to better serve communities in Florida.”
Before joining the Florida Department of Health, Shiver worked as a systems administrator at Coastal Adjustment Bureau Inc. in Eugene, Oregon. In that role, he served as an emergency manager at the University of Oregon Housing Office. He also worked as a program specialist at the Florida Department of Education and a math and science teacher at Crestview Independent School in Tallahassee.
Shiver received a Bachelor of Arts in history from the University of Oregon and received training in computer systems support and programming at Columbia Ultimate in Vancouver, Washington.
DOH protects, promotes and improves the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county and community efforts.