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Daniel Lonnerdal serves as the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) Clinical Center’s Executive Officer. As the Executive Officers, he oversees the Office of Administrative Management, the Materials Management and Environmental Services Department, Biomedical Engineering, Nutrition Department, Office of Workforce Management and Development, Social Work Department, Spiritual Care Department, Patient Support Services Department, Hospital Engineering and Facility Services, Office of Hospitality and Volunteer Services, Edmond J. Safra Family Lodge, NIH patient Library, Messenger and Escort Service, Emergency Management, and serves as the Clinical Center liaison for employee/labor relations and EEO issues. Prior to this he served as the NIH Clinical Center’s Chief of the Office of Administrative Management and the Office of Workforce Management and Development.

Prior to his role in the NIH Clinical Center, Daniel served as a Chief Information Officer in the NIH Office of Research Services and Office of Research Facilities. He also worked at other federal agencies, including the United States Department of Energy and the United States Department of Transportation. He has a background in Cyber Security and Information Technology management, often serving as a Senior Technical Advisor.

Daniel graduated from Bucknell University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations, and from the George Washington University with a Master of Science in Information Systems Technology. He is also board certified in healthcare management as an American College of Healthcare Executive Fellow (FACHE). He lives with his wife, Jacqueline, son (Matias), and daughter (Mila) in Kensington, Maryland.

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