Senior Director, Global Access | Medtronic Philanthropy | Minneapolis, MN
Paurvi Bhatt is the Senior Director for Global Access at Medtronic Philanthropy where she leads a multi-million dollar global strategic grants portfolio that focuses on empowering people impacted by NDCs, enabling frontline health workers, and advancing the policy dialogue to increase access to care for the underserved.
Bhatt is a seasoned global health leader with deep multi-sectoral experience in business, nonprofit, and government sectors. She spearheaded global programs in several private companies including at Levi Strauss and Co. and Abbott. Bhatt has also managed global health technical portfolios at USAID and CARE USA. She has also served as an international evaluator at the U.S. General Accountability Office. Her technical expertise is in HIV/AIDS, women’s health and health systems and economics. Bhatt serves on several human resources, international health and HIV/AIDS working groups, technical advisory committees, and is on several Boards including the Global Business Group on Health, AIDSUnited, and GlobeMed. She holds an Masters of Public Health in health systems and economics from Yale University, and Bachelor Degree in neuroscience from Northwestern University.
“Being a member of AIDS United’s Board of Trustees is important to me because it keeps the important needs in the US front and center for all I do in global health. Learning how the US manages improving access, in a season of launching the Affordable Care Act, will reveal lessons for all of us in global health. AIDSUnited and the Board of Trustees are at the forefront of this effort. Our Board is a committed and talent set of professionals. It is an honor to participate.”
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