She and/or her gov cohorts tried to scrub this important information by removing her LinkedIn profile AND by getting the Google cache of her LinkedIn profile deleted… but you can see remains of it in the search if you do this in Google.
Search "Kaci Hickox centers for disease control LinkedIn" without quotes
In the search results:
Kaci Hickox | LinkedIn
[link to www.linkedin.com ]
Las Vegas, Nevada – Epidemic Intelligence Service Fellow at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
View Kaci Hickox's professional profile on LinkedIn. LinkedIn is … Epidemic Intelligence Service Fellow at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Location …
Now here's the fun part… I just found an ARTICLE that WASN'T scrubbed and is the SMOKING GUN that she's an f-ing CDC OPERATIVE. Download and mirror the page before it disappears!
Here's how I found it:
1. Visit Google
2. Click on "Search Tools" at the top
3. Enter search dates 1/1/2012 to 12/13/2012
4. Enter search term "Kaci Hickox centers for disease control" without quotes
You'll see following blurb (click it!):
Passion, Practicality Drive Nursing Graduate – UTArlington …
University of Texas at Arlington
Aug 2, 2012 – Kaci Hickox works with the nation's top epidemiologists to solve health crises. … in applied epidemiology with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in …
Here's the direct URL: [link to www.uta.edu]
Here's a blurb from that article proving she spent years in a fellowship at the CDC!
Kaci Hickox works with the nation's top epidemiologists to solve health crises.
It just made sense to pursue a two-year postgraduate fellowship in applied epidemiology with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Las Vegas.
Think of the CDCP's Epidemic Intelligence Service as the CIA of public health (you can't make this shit up). EIS teams respond to crises such as the West Nile virus and the pandemic H1N1 influenza outbreak. Hickox '02 will work with the country's top epidemiologists to analyze and improve health and disease surveillance.
"After that experience and others like it, I realize that we need to find better ways to improve health surveillance and outbreak response in settings with poor resources," Hickox says. "My training in the EIS with the CDC will allow me to learn the gold standard of this kind of work."
Well that explains a lot! The freaking CDC trained her in how to handle Ebola outbreaks!
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