Vice President, Programs, The Max Foundation
Bryan Murphy-Eustis has spent his career pursuing equity in global health delivery, acting on a belief that access to the highest quality health care is a human right. As Vice President of Programs at The Max Foundation, Bryan’s work supports global access to treatment and patient care systems in over 70 LMICs. As Founder and Executive Director of the consultancy BME Strategies, Bryan has supported local, state, and national governments in their public-health emergency preparedness and response efforts for over 17 years. Prior to this, he led initiatives to bring new medical technologies to market at the Gates-funded invention lab Global Good and Research; and served as Executive Director of Partners In Health in Liberia as well as their Chief Operating Officer for Ebola Response in West Africa. He holds an MPH from Boston University and an MBA from Oxford University.