Ken Yale served as special assistant to the President and director of the White House Domestic Policy Council from 1989 to 1991, and chief of staff of the White House Office of Science and Technology from 1991 to 1993. Prior to his work in the White House he served as Legislative Counsel to US Senator Alan K. Simpson and as a Commissioned Officer in the US Public Health Service. In addition to his government service, Dr. Yale has personal experience with all aspects of the Presidency as an institution, including: policy advisor 1988 Bush Presidential campaign, volunteer 1988-1989 Bush Presidential transition, surrogate speaker 1992 Bush Presidential campaign, policy development 1996 Dole Presidential campaign, volunteer 2000 Republican National Convention and Presidential nomination, deputy director of public liaison 2001 Bush Presidential Inaugural Committee, and delegate 2016 Republican National Convention and Presidential nomination.
Since leaving government service, Dr. Yale builds entrepreneurial and innovative companies across the healthcare industry in fields such as precision and personalized medicine, clinically integrated networks, medical management, and digital and mobile health. Dr. Yale is currently a healthcare business executive with degrees in dentistry, law, sociology, and post-graduate work in genetics and translational bioinformatics.