Dr. Clifton Kenon Jr. is a Health Scientist at the United States Agency for International Development, Office of Global Health. In this role, Clifton facilitates reproductive health research aimed at improving the lives of women and infants worldwide, specifically in developing countries.
Before coming to USAID, Clifton worked at the Indian Health Service, where he was the director of maternal child health for the Northern Plains region of the Indian Health Service. Here he created multiple nationally acclaimed programs aimed at reducing disparity and improving the health of women and infants in the poorest counties in the United States.
He is a dedicated public servant who works endlessly to build teams, extend reach and ensure health care access for all of the public through the motivation of the federal government mission.