Chief Operating Officer
Brad Kiley is responsible for overseeing and managing EGPAF’s business operations functions, and for translating the programmatic needs of EGPAF’s numerous field offices into deliverables. He has deep experience in operations and in the development of business models that are fit for the rapidly changing environment in which EGPAF works to eliminate pediatric AIDS.
Previous to his tenure at EGPAF, Mr. Kiley served as Assistant to the President of the United States for Management and Administration at the White House. As a member of the President’s senior staff, he directed the day-to-day management and operations of the White House Complex, and held responsibility for finance, budgeting, information technology, facilities management, human resources operations, and strategic planning for the Executive Office of the President (EOP). Earlier, in 2008, Mr. Kiley helped lead the transition team of then President-Elect Barack Obama in 2008, which built upon key operations positions he held in the Clinton White House and with the Democratic National Committee.
Mr. Kiley also has significant experience in the not-for-profit world as an original start-up staffer at the Center for American Progress, an educational institute dedicated to improving the lives of Americans through progressive ideas and action, and as an organizer of the International AIDS Trust, a non-profit organization dedicated to fighting HIV/AIDS globally.