Angela Rastegar Campbell is the founder of Agora Fund. Her experience includes advising foundations, nonprofits, multilaterals, socially-minded investors and multinational corporations, with international work experience in Africa, South East Asia and Europe. Prior to Agora, Angela worked as a project leader at Dalberg Global Development Advisors, where she led the design and process evaluation of the Pneumococcal AMC and wrote several articles on innovative funding models. Angela also worked as part of the Financial Planning and Analysis team at PepsiCo and as a management consultant with the Monitor Group. Angela holds a bachelor’s degree in human biology from Stanford University, focusing on international health, and a master’s in business administration from Stanford Business School.
Ya’ir Aizenman is a project leader at Dalberg Global Development Advisors, where he focuses on improving the design and delivery and global health interventions. Ya’ir’s clients at Dalberg have included the GAVI Alliance, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the MDG Health Alliance and the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition. Before joining Dalberg, Ya’ir worked as a senior analyst at the Clinton Health Access Initiative and was vice president at the New York-based investment firm D.E. Shaw & Co. Ya’ir holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Harvard University.
Articles by Angela Rastegar Campbell and Ya’ir Aizenman
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