Michael Radwin leads the Investigate and Respond Division at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Office of Public Health Data, Surveillance, and Technology. Radwin’s mission at the CDC is to improve the availability and use of public health data to inform decision-making and action. His division uses human-centered design to develop products for state, tribal, local, and territorial (STLT) and global public health agencies to investigate, prevent, and minimize identified public health risks and to advance health equity.

Earlier, Radwin held roles as VP & Chief Data Officer of Intuit’s Small Business and Self-Employed Group and VP Data Science for security, risk and anti-fraud in the United States and Israel. Prior to Intuit, Radwin was VP Engineering of Anchor Intelligence (acquired by comScore) and Director of Engineering at Yahoo. In his spare time, Radwin develops and runs Hebcal.com, a free Jewish calendar and holiday website.

Outside of his work in technology, Radwin facilitates “Leading Inclusively,” an interactive workshop that teaches executives how to manage unconscious bias, draw out all voices, increase a sense of belonging and champion a growth mindset.

Radwin holds an ScB in Computer Science from Brown University. He lives in Palo Alto, California with his wife and four children.


I’m originally from sunny Los Altos, California, a small San Francisco Bay Area town that made national news back in October 1995 when the school district decided to ban Halloween celebrations.

From 2002-2006 I was keeping a blog up to date. I rarely touch it these days.

I drink my espresso straight. I think I got fascinated with caffeine in college. I’m glad it’s a legal drug.

For the professional view of me, see my LinkedIn public profile. I’m referencing it here for informational purposes; I generally don’t accept LinkedIn invitations from people I’ve never met face-to-face.