Dr. H. Clifford Lane Wins Paul A. Volcker Career Achievement Medal
Dr. H. Clifford Lane was honored with the Paul A. Volcker Career Achievement Medal at the Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals ceremony (the “Sammies”) in Washington, DC. The Paul A. Volcker Career Achievement Medal, supported by Ray and Barbara Dalio, is awarded every fall by the Partnership for Public Service to recognize the achievements of exemplary federal public servants. Winners are chosen based on their demonstrated leadership, the significance and impact of their accomplishments, how well they foster innovation, and the extent to which they exemplify excellence in public service over a career of at least twenty years in federal government. In his role at the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Lane has saved numerous lives in his groundbreaking work to combat HIV/AIDS, Ebola in Africa, and COVID-19 during the pandemic. Read more about Dr. Lane’s extraordinary contributions to public service here.
Sara Mogulescu, President, Maggie Mello, Director of Public Service Education, and Sarah Morningred, Communications Associate, were all in attendance to represent the Volcker Alliance and cheer Dr. Lane’s accomplishments and recognition.