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Office of the Associate Director for Communication (OADC)

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Katherine Lyon Daniel, PhD Associate Director for Communication, CDCThe Office of the Associate Director for Communication (OADC) supports CDC’s 24/7 work to protect America from health and safety threats, whether they begin at home or abroad. Our office [26 KB] is driven by CDC’s communication principles [848 KB] and the mission and organizational goals listed below. I invite you to learn more about OADC, our success measures, and our numerous communication channels.

-Katherine Lyon Daniel, PhD
Associate Director for Communication, CDC

OADC’s Mission

Leading customer-centered, science-based, and high-impact communication.

OADC’s Organizational Goals

  • Maximize strategic communication across CDC.
  • Ensure CDC’s work is accessible, understandable, and actionable.
  • Maximize public trust in and credibility of CDC’s science, programs, and recommendations.

OADC Dashboard

Key Communication Indicators

OADC Organizational Chart

OADC Organizational Chart

CDC Web

1,047,378,211

CDC.gov

Total page views in 2014

1,158,387,483

People Reached

Monthly Total, April 2015

CDC Spanish

28,414,337

CDC en Español

Total page views in 2014

CDC Media

328

Media Inquiries

Monthly Total, May 2015

12,545 total inquires in 2015

CDC Facebook

1,328,170

Facebook fans

Fans as of May 2015

CDC Museum

9,223

CDC Museum

Monthly Visitors, April 2015

36,434 total visits in 2015

CDC Twitter

4,170,168

Twitter followers

Followers as of May 2015

CDC Web

15,748

CDC-INFO calls

Monthly Total, May 2015

87,706 total calls in 2015

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