It turned out this was a question most communities in developing countries still hadn’t come up with a uniform answer to.
As it turned out, however, a masters degree was exactly what was needed, so Jason left San Diego and headed home with the plan of learning how to build and run an organization.
Meg is a partner at L1 Health Private Equity Ltd and an adjunct professar at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. Meg was formerly the Executive Vice President, Strategy Health and Policy at Cardinal Health, where she was also responsible for one of the company’s fastest growing divisions, Specialty Solutions. Previously, she was a Senior V.P. at Medco Health Solutions, Inc, and has also held positions at Pfizer Global Pharmaceuticals, Merck and Sanofi in France. She earned her Doctorate in health policy at New York Medical College, and her MPH from Columbia University.
A surgeon by training, Perry is currently the Managing Director of Greenwich BioMedical, with previous experience as a Managing Director at Bear Stearns and Silicon Valley senior management startup positions. Perry received his medical degree in orthopedic surgery from Columbia’s College of Physicians and Surgeons and an MBA from Columbia Business School.
Scott is Founder and CEO of Newport Credentialing Solutions, a premier provider of cloud-based software and IT enabled services. Prior to starting Newport in 2009, he was a regional V.P. with Apollo Health Street, and has served as an advisor to Science House, an early stage investment group in math and science-driven startups. He received his MA from Yale University.
Dean is currently the Executive Director of Occupational Health & Wellness at Banner Health. Previously, he was the Global Health & Productivity Manager for Unilever, worked as a biokineticist with Mondi Paper. Dean received a master’s degree in biokinetics from University of KwaZutlu-Natal in his native South Africa, and also received his MPH from Columbia University’s Executive MPH program.
For nearly 20 years, Quinton was the Executive V.P. and C.O.O. of Greenwich Hospital, a Yale-New Haven Health System hospital. Currently, he is a consultant with SIM, a Charlotte, N.C.-based mission with health and medical programs in over 25 developing countries. Quinton received his Masters in Healthcare Administration from the University of Minnesota.
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