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Commander Tomas Bonome

Director, Occupational Health Portfolio

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Commander (CDR) Tomas Bonome serves as the Director, Occupational Health Portfolio for the Program Support Center (PSC), a component of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. In this position, he oversees clinical health, behavioral health, environmental health and safety, and wellness and health promotion services provided to the federal government. CDR Bonome has been with PSC for over four years, most recently serving as Chief of Staff of the Occupational Health Portfolio.

Prior to joining PSC, CDR Bonome was the Special Projects and Initiatives Manager for the President's Council on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition. In addition, CDR Bonome served as the Special Assistant to the United States Surgeon General, where he oversaw the daily affairs of the Surgeon General and coordinated implementation of the office's public health programs.

CDR Bonome completed his bachelor's degree in molecular biology at Colgate University and received a master's degree in biotechnology from Columbia University. As a Commissioned Officer in the U.S. Public Health Service, he has earned a number of prestigious awards for his efforts to advance the health of the nation, including two Surgeon General Exemplary Service Medals.

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