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The field of global health is one in which remarkable progress has been made over the past 25 years, and is a discipline that involves economists, financiers, engineers, and attorneys as much as it does health professionals and scientists. More innovation is flowing from hubs in countries like India and South Africa, and we are learning a great deal about frugal innovation in ways that promises to fuel our progress on important health problems in communities much closer to home. Far from being the exclusive preserve of doctors working heroically in exotic settings, today global health is everyone’s business.
Doors open at 7:00am for coffee and networking. The breakfast buffet opens at 7:30am, and the program begins at 7:45am. The registration fee is $15 in advance, or $20 if you pre-register to pay at the door. To ensure adequate seating, advanced registration is required.Business Insights is open to all alumni, SU supporters, and to their colleagues with whom they share this invitation.Please register by October 12th.For additional information, please contact Rob Bourke at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.296.2277.
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David Shoultz, PhD, MS, MBA, directs PATH’s drug development program, which seeks to discover, develop, and deliver safe, effective, and affordable treatments for neglected diseases in the developing world.Prior to joining PATH in 2014, Dr. Shoultz served as the director of grantee and partner engagement and as a member of the leadership team at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. In this role, he led an effort to strengthen the foundation’s relationships with its partner organizations to facilitate ongoing interactions and help achieve maximum impact. Prior to that role, he served as a deputy director in the foundation’s Global Health Program, Infectious Disease, where he was central to strategy, planning, and management for four strategic program teams, including malaria, enteric diseases, pneumonia, and the neglected tropical diseases.Dr. Shoultz earned his PhD and MS from the School of Public Health and Community Medicine at the University of Washington, where he also obtained his BSN. He holds an MBA from the Albers School of Business and Economics at Seattle University, where he is a faculty member in the Executive MBA Program.