Toby Norman is the Chief Executive Officer of Simprints Technology, a Cambridge-based nonprofit technology startup that builds biometrics for beneficiary identification in developing countries. He is passionate about bringing cutting-edge technology to solve challenges in global health and international development. He holds a PhD in Management from the University of Cambridge, where he was a Gates Scholar, and BA in Biology from Harvard University. Toby brings ten years of experience with international field projects, operations management, and non-profit work in collaboration with Harvard. He has been recognised as a Forbes 30 Under 30 Social Entrepreneur, TechCrunch: Best Tech leader, a 2017 Schwab Social Entrepreneur of the Year Awardee, and most recently, a 2018 GLG Social Impact Fellow.
Used well, biometrics can provide the data needed to trace malaria vaccine delivery, as well as other vaccine usage, verify coverage and reduce dropouts.