About Neal Rosenblatt
Neal Rosenblatt has over 20 years of progressive public health research science and informatics leadership experience in the public sector across local and state government.
Prior to joining Info-Tech Research Group, Neal served in numerous technology strategy and solutions development, data integration, and data analytics leadership roles, including Informatics Chief within the Center for Health Statistics and Informatics at the California Department of Public Health, and as an Epidemiologist and IT specialist at the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Department for Public Health, and at the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness. Highlights include leading the successful development of a data modernization initiative resulting in safe and secure cloud data storage, curation, business intelligence, unified analytics toward automated ML and AI, and data sharing in service to numerous public health programs and health and human services departments at the state government level.
In addition to his public health service, Neal served as a Senior Director and In-Country Research Lead in support of U.S. Department of the Army operations based in Kabul, Afghanistan. In this capacity, he provided sociocultural assessment at the national and local level to inform the Military Decision-Making Process (MDMP) and recommended tactical and strategic operationally relevant courses of action (COAs) to the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Joint Command (IJC). Neal has also served on public sector delegations to the Government Health Ministries of Barbados, West Indies and Belize, Central America, and as a member of a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) delegation to the World Health Organization (WHO) focused on housing and health policy initiatives.
Neal has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Oberlin College and Master of Science degrees from the University of Louisville in Public Health, Physiology, and Urban Planning, and he holds a Public Health Leadership Certificate from the University of Kentucky, College of Public Health. He is also a Fellow of the Kentucky Public Health Leadership Institute.