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Genevieve is co-founder and CFO of MDaaS Global, a healthcare company with the goal of providing convenient, affordable, and high-quality diagnostics for Africa's next billion. Since its founding in 2016, MDaaS has delivered critical diagnostic services to over 15,000 low- and middle-income patients in southwest Nigeria through its tech-enabled clinics.
Prior to MDaaS, Genevieve gained experience in global health and entrepreneurship through her work with the UN Development Program in Uganda, Babson College’s Lewis Institute for Social Innovation, and the Kletjian Foundation. Genevieve is a recent graduate of MIT Sloan School of Management (MBA), where she was a Legatum Fellow, and the Harvard Kennedy School (MPA), where she was a Cheng Fellow. She holds an undergraduate degree in Public Health and African Studies from the University of Pennsylvania.
Ryan leads life sciences partnerships at Zipline International, a Silicon Valley based company that operates autonomous drones that deliver life-saving medicine. Zipline is the world’s first commercial drone delivery system. To date, the company has made over 30,000 real world medical deliveries and its drones fly tens of thousands of kilometers every day (they are hiring!).
He was the first full-time employee at Zipline Ghana, where he led the design of the company’s national scale operation and worked closely with the Ghana Health Service and Office of the Vice President. He started his career in investment management, was an impact investor at Omidyar Network, and has worked with several startups along the way. Ryan’s work has been highlighted by Forbes, Impact Alpha, Milken Institute, and a Harvard Business School case.
He is currently a Mentor for Morgan Stanley’s Sustainable Investing Challenge and sits on the advisory board of Troy Camp, an education non-profit in Los Angeles. Ryan studied Social Entrepreneurship at the University of Southern California and has a Masters in Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
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