Vice President of Program Development, RESOLVE
Speaking Topics Include:
- Toward Sustainability report and collaborative research
- Collaborative Food Safety Forum and implementation of the Food Safety Modernization Act
- Collaborative agricultural policy development generally, and agricultural biotechnology policy development specifically
- Patient-centered outcomes approaches to drug development and review
- Tobacco control and regulation – collaborative processes and approaches
- Collaborative approaches to public health capacity building
Abby Dilley, is Vice President of Program Development at RESOLVE. She has over twenty-two years of experience in facilitation and mediation of scientifically complex and highly controversial public policy issues in the areas of natural resources, environment, agriculture, biotechnology and human health. She has successfully mediated policy disputes resulting in the development of legislation on pesticides and implementation of regulations concerning food labeling, accelerated approval of therapeutics for HIV/AIDS, prescription medicine labeling and information, and protection of plant germ plasm. One of her projects addressing the establishment of studies to optimize medical management of HIV infection resulted in an institutionalized public/private collaboration called the Forum for Collaborative HIV Research.
Ms. Dilley has worked with a very broad range of stakeholders from the public and private sectors and non-government organizational communities at the local, state, regional, national and international levels. She holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from The Colorado College and a master’s degree in ecology and evolutionary biology from the University of Michigan.
For additional information about Abby’s work, please visit:
- The Assessment of the Impacts and Performance of Voluntary Standards and Certification Systems: Toward Sustainability: The Roles and Limitations of Certification
- The Collaborative Food Safety Forum
- The Obesity Outcomes Measures Report
- The Center for Tobacco Products Stakeholder Discussion Series
- The Public Health Leadership Forum’s Transforming Public Health Report