PaTHways Careers Event: a roundtable discussion with Dr Ipshita Mandal-Johnson (2011)
|Date & time|
|Location||Trinity Hall, Chetwode Room|
|Cost||Free of charge|
|Booking closing date||Thursday, 6 October 12:00pm|
|Event type||Careers event|
Join us for this PaTHways Careers Event with Trinity Hall alumna Dr Ipshita Mandal-Johnson (2011), which is being offered by the Trinity Hall Entrepreneurs Network (THEN).
In this roundtable discussion, you will have the chance to ask Ipshita about her work building bio innovative-inclusive-impactful systems through venture investment, consulting and research.
Please join us in the Chetwode Room from 5:50pm ready for a prompt 6:00pm start time. Tea, coffee and water will be offered.
Dr Ipshita Mandal-Johnson’s biography
Dr Mandal-Johnson is building bio innovative-inclusive-impactful systems through venture investment, consulting and research.
Primarily, serving as Founding Partner & CEO of Global Bio Fund, where she is focused on investing in and scaling women led health-tech ventures. She is also a Principal Consultant at BioPacific Partners which is growing bio innovations from Australasia.
She has been involved in companies with market-leading value growth with a strong impact focus. One of her career highlights was co-founding the Global Biotech Revolution / GapSummit – the world’s first inter-generational platform for the bio-economy. To date the summits have brought together 600 Leaders of Tomorrow from 72 countries to debate with 300 Leaders of Today, building 18 companies that have raised independent funding.
In addition, she has worked in McKinsey in the India and NY offices, primarily in the technology, healthcare and public sector practices. She has led the development of Government of India’s “Digital India 2.0” strategy and was also the Chief of Staff for a M&A deal valued at over 50Bn USD.
She currently serves on the advisory boards of Proximie, Chiasma NZ and Global Engineering Futures. She is a Judge on Mass Challenge and Women in Bio, and a member of Global Women and UNAIDS HIEx Investors Council. She is a Visiting Lecturer at the Harvard School of Public Health and University of Cambridge Chemical Engineering & Biotech.
Ipshita is also an advocate and speaker for bio and women’s leadership in global media and industry bodies such as Foreign Policy, UNAIDS Health Investors Coalition, Nasdaq, Nature Careers, The Economist Intelligence Unit, Women in Bio, Global BioEconomy Summit, Graduate Women in Science Lioness Magazine, Impact Alpha, BioScience Investors Inclusion Group, NZ Herald amongst others.
Trinity Hall Entrepreneurs Network (THEN)
Trinity Hall’s Entrepreneurs Network has been launched to encourage entrepreneurship amongst Trinity Hall members, compliment the work of the University Enterprise Network and raise the profile of the College through increasing engagement with the sphere of innovation and entrepreneurship.
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