Vice President Tina Flores

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Tina is a strategic counsellor to executives in industry, government and civil society on policy shaping, partnership development and coalition building. She helps clients navigate high-profile events such as the World Health Assembly and the United National General Assembly and also leads Rabin Martin’s work on global health security.

At Rabin Martin, Tina:

  • Fosters high-level engagement between companies and key stakeholders in government, NGOs and multilateral institutions
  • Establishes thought leadership platforms and policy positions around emerging health issues
  • Creates strategies to drive multi-sectoral engagement among the private sector, multi-lateral organizations, academe and civil society

 

In many ways, Tina “grew-up” at the heart of the international health community, engaging with the 500-member companies and organizations of the Global Health Council, where she worked for more than a decade.

Tina’s current leadership positions include:

  • Lead, Secretariat of the Private Sector Roundtable on Global Health Security
  • Co-chair (private sector), NCD Roundtable
  • Global Health Council President’s Advisory Council member
  • Global Citizens Private Sector U.S. Policy and Advocacy Committee member

 

Education

MS, Evaluative Clinical Sciences
The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice, Dartmouth School of Medicine

BA, Neuroscience
Carleton College

 

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