Project Last Mile: How forming unlikely partnerships can have a positive impact
Coca-Cola worked with The Global Fund on Project Last Mile to improve delivery of medicines in Africa – a model which could be replicated for social good.
Executive Director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, a leading health organization innovating in important areas such as healthcare, technology and financing. Since assuming this role, has engaged donors and partners to support the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment, resource mobilization efforts that culminated in 2019 with $14 billion in pledges for the Global Fund’s three-year funding cycle. Has led organizational improvements at the Global Fund Secretariat, including the creation of senior management roles for information technology and for sourcing and supply chain. Former Chief Executive Officer, Standard Chartered, one of the world’s leading international banks operating across over 70 markets, primarily in emerging markets. Then Research Fellow at the Harvard Global Health Institute and the Mossavar-Rahmani Centre for Business and Government at Harvard Kennedy School, being immersed in a range of global public health projects. Steward of the Platform on Shaping the Future of Health and Healthcare at the World Economic Forum.