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Ashok Alexander on Leadership Lessons from the Field Less Traveled

Harvard University on May 16, 2013 19:20

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    Ashok Alexander led the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's India office from its inception in 2003 until 2012, where he created Avahan, the Foundation's flagship India AIDS prevention program which became the largest private prevention program ever undertaken in HIV/AIDS. Over a decade, Ashok led the growth and expansion of the Gates Foundation's first country office, with a grant portfolio of over $1 billion spanning health, sanitation and agriculture. For spring 2013 he is a Menschel Senior Leadership Fellow at the Harvard School of Public Health. Currently, Ashok is engaged in beginning Antara, a non-profit dedicated to health delivery at scale. Ashok is a graduate of St. Stephens College in New Delhi, has a post-graduate degree from the Delhi School of Economics, and an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad.

    He spoke at HSPH as part of the Decision-making: Voices from the Field series about Leadership Lessons from the Field Less Traveled on March 28, 2013.

    Watch the entire series at http://hvrd.me/Ltkj03

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