Chief Operating Officer
PATH is an international nonprofit organization that transforms global health through innovation. Our approach blends the entrepreneurial spirit of business, the scientific expertise of a research institution, and the passion and on-the-ground experience of an international NGO.
Our 2012 online annual report viewed on an iPad.
We’re putting innovation into motion to ensure that health is within reach for everyone. Read more in our 2012 online annual report. Photo: PATH/Dave Simpson.
For nearly 40 years, we have been pioneers in the development and delivery of health solutions. We accelerate smart ideas and mobilize partners to reach the world’s most vulnerable women and children. Our work spans five platforms: vaccines, devices, diagnostics, drugs, and system and service innovations. It bridges borders, sectors, and disciplines to shape the next generation of health innovations and maximize their lifesaving potential.
Mr. Kollins is responsible for addressing operational imperatives to maximize PATH’s impact on global health challenges worldwide.
Before joining PATH in 2013, Mr. Kollins served in senior leadership roles at organizations in both the private and nonprofit sectors in the developed and developing world. During his 15-year career at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, he served in a variety of sales, product development, and management roles in Asia, Europe, and the United States, finishing his career in Hong Kong as the chief operating officer of Morgan Stanley Investment Management Asia.
Most recently, Mr. Kollins served as chief operating officer for the international nonprofit World Bicycle Relief, successfully managing the organization’s growth from a nascent organization to a thriving nonprofit social enterprise.
Mr. Kollins holds a bachelor of science in business administration degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.
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