Shavon Arline-Bradley is the Executive Vice President of Strategic Planning & Partnerships of the NAACP. For 5 years, she was the senior director of health programs for the NAACP where she was responsible for coordinating and planning the Association’s health agenda and program implementation efforts. Shavon has over 14 years of public health experience with previous positions in state government health and other non-profit management positions. She is an expert in health equity, public policy and advocacy, operations and stakeholder collaborative relationship building. Mrs. Arline-Bradley is currently a member of the Institute of Medicine Roundtable on Obesity Solutions a member of the AIDSVu national advisory committee in partnership with Emory. The New Jersey native is a public health advocate, motivational speaker and former track and field athlete earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology and Masters of Public Health degree from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. Mrs. Arline-Bradley is currently enrolled at the Samuel Dewitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University pursuing a Masters of Divinity.