Adam Bornstein and Mehreen Khalid
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria

Adam Bornstein is an innovation health financing specialist with The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria based in Geneva, Switzerland. He is responsible for developing and structuring alternative funding products, working with government ministries and civil society to identify sustainable pools of funding, and implementing mHealth solutions targeted at AIDS, TB and malaria. He formerly was resident representative for International Finance Corporation, and before that was senior vice president at CDIB Capital, a Hong Kong-based private equity fund where he was responsible for direct investments in private and public companies across Asia. He earned a master’s in business administration degree from Boston University Graduate School of Management and is conversant in Mandarin Chinese and Mongolian.


Mehreen Khalid is an analyst focused on innovative health financing at The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria. She has a background in banking and credit risk for SME clients at Citigroup, and worked at Barclays in Pakistan, focusing on relationship management for middle market clients, both on the loans and deposits side. Prior to joining the Global Fund, she worked in product development for value-added financial products and services at Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund. She earned a master’s in business administration degree from Duke University, the Fuqua School of Business, where she was a Fulbright scholar.






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