Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation Welcomes New COO, Bradley J. Kiley
November 30, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Kiley Brings Considerable Operations Experience to Further Foundation’s Mission to End Pediatric HIV and AIDS Worldwide
Washington, D.C. – The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) is pleased to announce the addition of its new Chief Operating Officer, Bradley J. Kiley. Kiley will begin his role as COO of the Foundation as of January 28, 2013.
Kiley currently serves 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 directs the day-to-day management and operations of the White House Complex. He has responsibility for finance, budgeting, information technology, facilities management, human resources operations, and strategic planning for the Executive Office of the President (EOP).
Kiley came to that senior position following his role in helping lead the transition team of then President-Elect Barack Obama in 2008, which built upon successful periods in key operations positions in the Clinton White House and at the Democratic National Committee.
He also has significant experience in the not-for-profit world as an original start-up staffer at the Center for American Progress, where he managed growth over a five-year period to an organization with a $30 million budget and a staff of over 200. In 2001, Kiley helped set up the International AIDS Trust, a non-profit organization dedicated to fighting HIV/AIDS globally, and which today continues to galvanize leadership and partnerships to end the HIV epidemic.
“We are absolutely delighted to have recruited Brad as our new COO,” said Chip Lyons, President and CEO of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. “He has tremendous experience in operations and the development of business models that are fit for the rapidly changing environment in which we work to eliminate pediatric AIDS. He complements this knowledge with a longstanding commitment to achieving the end of AIDS.”
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation was started in 1988 by AIDS activist and mother Elizabeth Glaser to provide a voice for children and families living with HIV, and to spur much-needed research into pediatric HIV/AIDS. The Foundation has grown into a major global implementer of HIV prevention and care and treatment programs. It is currently one of the largest providers of services to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT) in sub-Saharan Africa, and a leader in the global movement to end pediatric AIDS.
About the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF):
The Foundation is a global leader in the fight to eliminate pediatric HIV and AIDS, and has reached more than 15 million women with services to prevent transmission of HIV to their babies. It currently works at more than 5,400 sites and in 15 countries to implement prevention, care, and treatment services; to advance innovative research; and to execute global advocacy activities to bring dramatic change to the lives of millions of women, children, and families worldwide. For more information on EGPAF, visit www.pedaids.org.