Tai Edward Few has 17 years of experience in instructional design, training delivery, program implementation, evaluation, and technical assistance (TA). Mr. Few joined ICF in 2008 where he oversees various training and TA projects for Federal, commercial, and non-profit clients. Mr. Few applies his instructional design and training delivery background to design and deliver curricula across the following domains: HIV, chronic disease, social justice, and community health. Mr. Few currently manages The Sudan Public Health Training Initiative (PHTI) Training Development and Curriculum Revision for The Carter Center (TCC) and serves as task lead on the GDATA PEPFAR Evaluation Standards of Practice (ESoP) and the Training and Technical Assistance Support Center (TTASC) projects for CDC.
His roles include providing instructional design oversight on the design, development, and revision of several domestic and international curricula. He also provides technical and thought leadership on instructional design, training delivery, and TA. Mr. Few is also responsible for the development of training cadres in ICF’s global health business.
Previously, Mr. Few held a leadership role in Prevention Training Center (PTC) funded by CDC located at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Mr. Few is a member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD), International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) and certified Professional Trainer with Langevin International. Mr. Few has a master’s degree in Divinity from Boston University and a bachelor’s degree in Sociology and American History from Boston University.