Biographies Speakers

Diana Lee is a Technical Officer on the Substandard and Falsified (SF) Medical Products Team at the World Health Organization (WHO). Prior to WHO, Diana worked at the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), where she served in the Office of the Secretary as the main focal point for seventeen countries in the Asia and Pacific Region for HHS. In this role, Diana was responsible for coordinating public health policy across the United States Government and preparing the briefing materials on these countries for the HHS Secretary and HHS Assistant Secretary for Global Affairs. Prior to joining HHS, Diana served at the United States Food and Drug and Administration (FDA) in the Office of International Programs where she was the lead Analyst for SF medical products and strategic and operational planning for the international offices. At FDA, Diana helped develop the agency’s strategy on SF medical products and the multi-year strategy for the Office of International Programs. She also served in the FDA’s Office of the Commissioner where she worked on performance management data and progress across the agency. Diana graduated from the Johns Hopkins University with a degree in Public Health and Entrepreneurship and Management.