Teresa Daub, MPH, CPH
Health Department Program Branch
Teresa Daub MPH, CPH, is the branch chief of the Health Department Program Branch within the Division of Program and Partnership Services of the National Center for State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Public Health Infrastructure and Workforce. She leads the branch responsible for administering and overseeing the Preventive Health and Health Services Block Grant, the Tribal Public Health Capacity Building and Quality Improvement cooperative agreement, and the Public Health Accreditation Board cooperative agreement.
Before arriving at CDC in 2005, Ms. Daub worked in public health for more than 15 years in local, state, and nonprofit settings in South Carolina, Maryland, and Georgia. She has coordinated many collaborative and community-based initiatives, including Healthy DeKalb, a community health improvement coalition; an award-winning peer education program at Clemson University; and a partnership forum for substance abuse prevention in Howard County, Maryland.
Ms. Daub earned her master of public health from the University of South Florida School of Public Health, and she holds the Certified in Public Health credential.