Cameron Noblit

Cameron Noblit earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Spanish (double major) from the University of Tennessee and a Master of Public Health from Virginia Commonwealth University.  He has served as a public health advisor in immunization at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for the past 13 years, including assignments in the field and at CDC in Atlanta.  For the past 8 years, he has served as a team lead within CDC’s Immunization Services Division, managing vaccine distribution for the US public supply chain.  Cameron’s team also manages CDC’s pediatric vaccine stockpile program, which maintains a six month national supply of routinely recommended pediatric vaccines used to manage supply disruptions and disease outbreaks and provides guidance and technical assistance related to vaccine storage and handling for state and local public health staff and the general public.  In addition to his work in domestic immunization activities, Cameron has participated in a number of international immunization assignments, including Sierra Leone, Equatorial Guinea, The Republic of the Marshal Islands, The Republic of Micronesia, and Vanuatu.


Sean Trimble

Sean Trimble earned a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science and a Master of Public Health Howard University.  He has served as a public health advisor in immunization at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for the past 2 years. Prior to his current work, he served the previous 7 years as a Health Scientist in blood disorders at CDC.  Sean provides guidance and technical assistance related to vaccine storage and handling for state and local public health staff and the general public. In addition to his work at the federal level, he has state-level experience with the Georgia Department of Public Health as the Clinical Laboratory Advisor for Bioterrorism.