Yabo Beysolow, MD, MPH is a pediatrician with over 20 years of experience in private practice and urgent care settings. She is also a public health professional with several years of work experience at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, in the Immunization Services Division, where Dr. Beysolow led as a Medical Officer and subject matter expert on immunizations, assisted in the development of and presented educational content for live, print, web-based, and remote audiences at the local, state and national levels. Dr. Beysolow led the U.S. Childhood Immunization Schedule Working Group from 2011-2014 as the CDC representative to the ACIP (Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices).

Since 2020, Dr. Beysolow has served as an educator and Chair of the EPIC Immunization Advisory Committee for the Georgia Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, educating healthcare providers across the state of Georgia on immunizations and also serves as the Georgia Chapter’s Immunization Representative to the National AAP.

Under the umbrella of her consultancy started in 2020, YB Consultants, LLC, Dr. Beysolow currently serves as an immunization subject matter expert for various national and international organizations, including a CDC-sponsored grant with AIM and CDCs Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health Program (REACH) program. As a consultant, Dr. Beysolow provides technical guidance and expertise on increasing influenza and COVID-19 vaccination rates in racial and ethnic groups experiencing disparities in vaccination rates across the United States in urban and rural communities. Dr. Beysolow also serves as an immunization technical expert for the Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) on their Ask the Experts Column.

Dr. Beysolow is a sought-after speaker on health-related topics. She presents to medical professionals, church groups, and audiences of all types. She is a wife and mother. Dr. Beysolow is actively involved with the Wellness ministry of her church. She has organized and led multiple medical mission trips to Liberia and Angola between 2008 and 2019 to provide free health services.

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