About The Person
Emily Sheldon is most passionate about using market-based approaches to solve complex challenges throughout the African continent. She serves as co-founder and CEO of the African Health Innovation Centre (AHIC), a Ghana-based NGO dedicated to engaging diverse stakeholders to improve health outcomes. AHIC implements programming in Ghana and beyond – infusing innovation and entrepreneurship into traditional health delivery, creating connections at the community and system levels, and empowering a new generation of thought leaders and action takers. Emily holds a Master of Public Health from the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and specializes in process leadership, project management, and strategy.