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Vince Blaser
Vince Blaser
Director, Advocacy and Outreach, Vaccine Acceptance & Demand, Sabin Vaccine Institute
United States

For more than 18 years, Vince Blaser has utilized a journalism and public policy background to raise the profile of global health programs and issues by initiating and growing partnerships — currently directing Advocacy and Outreach for the Sabin Vaccine Institute’s Vaccine Acceptance and Demand Initiative.

Prior to joining Sabin in July 2020, he served in advocacy and policy leadership at IntraHealth International and directed the Frontline Health Workers Coalition, an alliance of more than 35 U.S.-based organizations advocating for greater and more strategic investment in frontline health workers in low- and middle-income countries. Previously, he worked in advocacy, policy and communications roles at the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative and the Global Health Council. Vince also has written and edited for the Kaiser Family Foundation’s daily reports on global health, held several positions as a newspaper reporter in Washington, D.C., and Colorado, and worked at the British Houses of Parliament in London. He has a bachelor’s degree in political science and journalism from Colorado State University and a master’s degree in international education development from Columbia University.

Vince is the co-host of Sabin Vaccine Institute’s podcast, Community Conversations on Vaccines, presented by Immunization Advocates.

Connect with Vince on Twitter: @blaserv