Marian Adly, MS
Mrs. Marian Adly’s experiences include healthcare, public health and research leveraging technology solutions, informing policy recommendations, and seeking out translational opportunities. She has worked across public and private sectors and her government experience spans local, state, federal and international. Mrs. Adly is currently serving as a Presidential Innovation Fellow working within the federal government on COVID-19 efforts, health security, as well as digital public service. Prior to that, Mrs. Adly was employed at Google and engaged across a range of health products, programs and efforts including stewarding a public-private partnership in addition to COVID-19 work.
Mrs. Adly is the author of “Limiting the Collateral Damage of Decision Making” which was the result of her work as an American Fulbright Scholar (2004-05) at the University of Toronto studying Canada’s response to the SARS outbreak. The focus of her work was to capture lessons learned to inform broader pandemic planning efforts. She holds dual Master of Science degrees from the University of Toronto as well as the University of Chicago. Additionally she holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, International Relations, and Political Science from Loyola University Chicago.