Nils Daulaire

president, CEO, Global Health Council

Nils Daulaire is president and CEO of the Global Health Council, the world's largest membership alliance dedicated to saving lives by improving health throughout the world. Before assuming leadership of the Council, Dr. Daulaire served as the senior international health advisor to President Bill Clinton, developing an integrated global strategy that encompassed programs totaling over $1 billion annually. He was the U.S. lead negotiator on health at the Cairo International conference on Population and Development in 1994, the Beijing World Conference on Woman in 1995 and the Rome World Food Summit in 1996. He represented the US at five World Health Organization (WHO) annual assemblies.

Dr. Daulaire's research interests focus on child health and survival. He has provided technical assistance to more than 20 countries in all regions of the world and speaks seven languages. A Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude graduate of Harvard University, Dr. Daulaire received his MD from Harvard Medical School in 1976 with residency training in family medicine at the University of Colorado. He received his master's in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University in 1978.

Nils Daulaire is president and CEO of the Global Health Council, the world's largest membership alliance dedicated to saving lives by improving health throughout the world. Before assuming leadership of the Council, Dr. Daulaire served as the senior international health advisor to President Bill Clinton, developing an integrated global strategy that encompassed programs totaling over $1 billion annually. He was the U.S. lead negotiator on health at the Cairo International conference on Population and Development in 1994, the Beijing World Conference on Woman in 1995 and the Rome World Food Summit in 1996. He represented the US at five World Health Organization (WHO) annual assemblies.

Dr. Daulaire's research interests focus on child health and survival. He has provided technical assistance to more than 20 countries in all regions of the world and speaks seven languages. A Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude graduate of Harvard University, Dr. Daulaire received his MD from Harvard Medical School in 1976 with residency training in family medicine at the University of Colorado. He received his master's in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University in 1978.

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