Amir Dossal is the Pres. and CEO of the Global Partnerships Forum who was recently appointed as a Distinguished Fellow with the World Economic Forum (WEF) with a focus on global healthcare. Along with serving as a Commissioner for the Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development co-established by ITU and UNESCO, he serves as Co-Founder and Executive Vice Chair for Blockchain for Sustainable Development.
It is easy to see, that Dossal approaches his 25 years of work with the United Nations (UN) leading in finance and management as a broader vision of diplomatic mission. He has become a sort of bridge between the UN and WEF in critical healthcare that would naturally require these particular two giant NGOs to work together toward solutions.
Amir Dossal shares his experience and thoughts on current and future issues in this conversation with Frontrunners Innovate Producer and Host, Mary Kurek, and Co-Host, Dave DeMarco of Material Health Strategies.
Meet Amir Dossal. (43-minute video).
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GPF Website: https://partnerships.org/
Special Thanks to Co-Host Dave DeMarco, Chief Innovation Officer, Material Health Strategies
Dave DeMarco is a growth strategy expert for healthcare and life sciences companies. He previously served as Deputy U.S. Healthcare Practice leader for EY and led the Life Sciences Practice in the Northeast U.S., working with many of the world’s leading biopharma companies. Dave is also Chair Emeritus of the American Diabetes Association where he served with distinction for nearly a decade.
With more than 25 years of leadership experience among the world’s most innovative companies, Dave advises on strategy and transformation, commercial operations, healthcare policy, governance, entrepreneurial growth, innovation, and industry trends.
Dave has held other key executive positions, including Global Aesthetic Franchise Leader, Sanofi Aventis and Johnson & Johnson Global Client Services Partner, EY.
Dave received his B.S. from Grove City College and Ph.D. from Purdue University.