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    Sunday, November 26, 2017

    more on un global health 2030 panel

    Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, Minister of Health of Rwanda
    Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, Minister of Health of Rwanda
    Mr. Bill Roedy, Founder & Chair, Staying Alive Foundation
    Mr. Bill Roedy, Founder & Chair, Staying Alive Foundation
    Dr. Paul Stoffels, Chief Scientific Officer & Worldwide Chair Pharmaceuticals, Johnson & Johnson
    Dr. Paul Stoffels, Chief Scientific Officer & Worldwide Chair Pharmaceuticals, Johnson & Johnson
    Mr. Sam Pitroda, telecom inventor, entrepreneur, development thinker
    Mr. Sam Pitroda, telecom inventor, entrepreneur, development thinker
    Dr. Johanna Ralston, Chief Executive Officer, World Heart Federation
    Dr. Johanna Ralston, Chief Executive Officer, World Heart Federation
    The Global He@lth 2030 Innovation Task Force is dedicated to breakthrough research and development (R&D) as the catalyst for transformational change in data-driven health-care and well-being.  Launched at the United Nations in New York on September 25, 2015 in support of the globally agreed post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals, it pledges to “ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages” by 2030.  An independent and non-profit innovation platform, the Task Force comprises the global decision-makers with the mindset and means to make a difference , and in a near-term timeframe.  Laser-like focus through the lens of data-driven innovation will target better and lower-cost health-care and well-being strategies and solutions, for the greatest return on inventor, innovator and investor opportunity.      
    The Task Force is dedicated to developing a framework to enable, govern, finance and ensure equitable access to the benefits of health data ad research - and avoiding the emergence of a new digital divide - mobilizing connected data and research knowledge for evidence-based inquiry and science-based policy action to initiate and, most importantly, sustain priority projects of international collaborate.
    The Advisory Council of the Task Force is led by four eminent co-chairs from business, government and civil society reflecting its multi-stakeholder make-up.  Dr. Agnes Binagwaho is Minister of Health in the Republic of Rwanda.  Dr. Sam Pitrodra is founder and chair of the Pitroda Group and the Global Knowledge Initiative and former Advisor to the Prime Minister of India on Public Information Infrastructure & Innovation.  Mr. William H. Roedy is Founder and Chair, Staying Alive Foundation, a GAVI Alliance Board Member and former UNAIDS Ambassador and Chairman of MTV Networks International.  Dr. Paul Stoffels is Chief Scientific Officer and Worldwide Chairman Pharmaceutical Group at Johnson & Johnson.  The Task Force is the natural successor to the UN Digital He@lth Initiative which worked as a catalyst for the health-related UN Millennium Development Goals.


    Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, Rwandan pediatrician and Minister of Health of Rwanda
    Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, Rwandan pediatrician and Minister of Health of Rwanda
    Dr. Agnes Binagwaho is a Rwandan pediatrician and serves as Minister of Health of Rwanda. After practicing as a pediatrician for over 15 years, Dr. Binagwaho led the National AIDS Control Commission between 2002 and 2008. She then served as Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health until 2011. Dr. Binagwaho serves on many academic boards academic.
    Her engagements include research on health equity, HIV/AIDS, information and communication technologies (ICT) in e-health, and pediatric care delivery systems. She has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles, serves on the International Advisory Board of Lancet Global Health, the Editorial Board of PLoS Medicine and of Health and Human Rights: An International Journal, and contributed to multiple books. She chairs the Rwanda Pediatric Society, is a member of the Global Task Force on Expanded Access to Cancer Care and Control in Developing Countries.
    Dr. Binagwaho is currently a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. She also serves on the International Strategic Advisory Board for the Institute of Global Health Innovation at Imperial College London.
    Dr. Binagwaho received an Honorary Doctor of Science degree from Dartmouth College in 2010. In 2014, she received her Ph.D. from the University of Rwanda. She is active in advocacy and political mobilisation on behalf of women and children, in Rwanda and worldwide.

    Mr. William H. Roedy, Founder & Chair, Staying Alive Foundation
    Mr. William H. Roedy, Founder & Chair, Staying Alive Foundation
    Bill Roedy is the former Chairman and CEO of MTV Networks International, where he and his team built from scratch a global operation of 200 channels, 20 brands (including MTV, Nickelodeon and Comedy Central) in 200 countries, reaching a potential audience of 2 billion people, launching the most channels in the history of TV.
    In 1998 Mr Roedy was named Ambassador for UNAIDS and he has addressed the UN General Assembly on several occasions regarding the pandemic. He was a founding member and chair of the Global Business Coalition (GBC) on HIV/AIDS from 1998 to 2002. In 2005, UN Secretary General Kofi Annan appointed him founding chair of the Global Media AIDS Initiative Leadership Committee. Mary Robinson also appointed him as an Envoy for the Global Alliance for Vaccinations and Immunizations (GAVI) in 2010, and he joined the board in 2015.
    Mr Roedy is the founding Chairman of the Staying Alive Foundation, which provides young people with resources to fight the epidemic at the grass roots level, in combination with MTV’s award winning HIV/AIDS programming.
    In addition to the above, he is active in a wide range of other Global Health initiatives, including the boards of amfAR, Healthright, Fitzmi, The Hawn Foundation (Goldie Hawn) and Global Health Corps.  His business roles include Zumba (Healthy Lifestyle), Moshi Monsters, Lionsgate, Ping4 (Mobile Alerts), DJZ and the private equity advisory boards of TowerBrook (NY/London) and ClearVue (Shanghai).
    Roedy holds degrees of Bachelor of Science from West Point and an MBA from Harvard. He has recently joined the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). Mr Roedy is one of the Exec Producers of the film documentary “Battle of amfAR”, which premiered on HBO on World AIDS Day, December 1st 2013. He is also the author of ‘What Makes Business Rock’, one of CNBC’s Best Books of Summer 2011. Bill is currently working on a second book on the artof intelligent perseverance. 

    Dr. Paul Stoffels, Chief Scientific Officer & Worldwide Chair Pharmaceuticals, Johnson & Johnson
    Dr. Paul Stoffels, Chief Scientific Officer & Worldwide Chair Pharmaceuticals, Johnson & Johnson
    Dr. Paul Stoffels is Chief Scientific Officer and Worldwide Chair Pharmaceuticals, Johnson & Johnson.  In this role, he works with R&D leaders across Johnson & Johnson to set the enterprise-wide innovation agenda and is a member of the Johnson & Johnson Executive Committee.
    Paul chairs the Johnson & Johnson R&D Management Committee and provides oversight to the Johnson & Johnson Development Corporation (JJDC) and the Johnson & Johnson Innovation centers, with the goal of catalyzing innovative science and technology. Additionally, Paul has oversight for product safety of all products of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies worldwide.
    Paul also is Worldwide Chairman, Pharmaceuticals, Johnson & Johnson, with responsibility for expansion of the company’s therapeutic pipeline through global R&D and strategic partnerships, licensing and acquisitions. He oversees teams across the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, which discover and develop treatments for unmet medical needs in the therapeutic areas of cardiovascular & metabolism, immunology, infectious disease &vaccines, neuroscience and oncology.
    Prior to his role as Worldwide Chairman, he served as Global Head, Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical R&D from 2009 - 2011, as Company Group Chairman, Central Nervous System & Internal Medicine, from 2006 - 2009, and as Company Group Chairman, Global Virology, from 2005-2006. Paul joined Johnson & Johnson in 2002 with the acquisition of Virco and Tibotec, where he was Chief Executive Officer of Virco and as Chairman of Tibotec, and led the development of a number of leading products for the treatment of HIV.
    Paul studied Medicine at the University of Diepenbeek and the University of Antwerp in Belgium and Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine at the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp, Belgium. He began his career as a physician in Africa, focusing on HIV and tropical diseases research.
    more membersdevelopment for 20 years. She was previously Vice President, Global Strategies at the American Cancer Society (ACS). She joined the ACS in 1999 as its first-ever Director of International Programmes and Development and went on to build a department with training programmes and partnerships in over 80 countries. Johanna launched ACS University, a capacity-building programme to strengthen civil societys role in cancer control in low- and middle-income countries, and designed and led the international rollout of International Relay For Life, a patient advocacy and community-based fundraising programme that is now licensed and operational in 20 countries. Since 2009, Johanna has also been overseeing the global cancer advocacy programme which includes strategic outreach to the UN and partnership with WHO and the Non-Communicable Disease (NCD) Alliance of which the World Heart Federation is a founding member.
    Johanna has also led global tobacco-control programmes including the Global Smokefree Partnership; multi-year smokefree and advocacy projects in Vietnam, North Africa, and China; and the development of the Africa Tobacco Control Consortium, a multi-year advocacy programme funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. She also piloted workplace-based health promotion programmes with large employers in China and India, including the China Smokefree Worksite initiative. Johanna has vast fundraising experience, which includes securing a number of major grants to support global capacity building and advocacy work.
    A dual citizen of the United States and Sweden, Johanna has lived and worked in Europe, Asia and the USA. She is an alumna of Harvard University and the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Programme, and has studied public health at Harvard and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

    Barry Andrews

    Barry Andrews is Chief Executive Officer of GOAL.
    He was appointed to the position on November 08, 2012, and took up the role officially on January 2nd, 2013.
    A former Minister with the Irish Government, Barry was educated at Blackrock College and University College Dublin, where he received a Master’s Degree in Modern History.
    He began his career as a history teacher, and spent seven years teaching in secondary schools in Dublin.
    He was called to the Bar in 1997, and practiced as a barrister for five years. Barry became a public representative in June, 1999 when he was elected to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council for the Blackrock Ward.
    He was subsequently elected to the Irish parliament, Dáil Éireann, in 2002 and served as a member of parliament until 2011.
    He was appointed Minister of State for Children and Youth Affairs in 2008. In that capacity, he drove a reform agenda in Child Protection services. One of his lasting achievements was the establishment, in 2010, of free pre-school education for all children.
    Barry is particularly interested in the plight of mothers and children in the developing world.
    Barry Andrews is married with three children, and lives in Blackrock, Co. Dublin.

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