Hayleigh McCall McDavid is a project manager at PHII, supporting the Practice Support Unit. She brings experience from the nonprofit, federal and private sectors in a variety of public health topics. Of note, she served as primary lead on multiple CDC cooperative agreement-funded projects at the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE), which focused on syndromic surveillance, disaster epidemiology, environmental health, climate and health and life expectancy. In this role, she provided strategic direction of the syndromic surveillance and environmental health portfolios, facilitation of active communities of practice, project management of funded activities, coordination and implementation of data policy projects and discussions and planning and hosting of multiple national and regional meetings and workshops. Her other work roles have supported include solution delivery of state and local disease surveillance systems solutions, federal environmental emergency preparedness and syndromic surveillance health communications.

Hayleigh holds a Masters of Public Health in Epidemiology as well as a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology and Psychology from the University of Georgia.