Audrey Chia is Associate Professor at NUS Business School, with a joint appointment at the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health. Using leadership and change as theoretical foundations, Audrey studies how social and health problems can be addressed by social entrepreneurship and innovative philanthropy. She directs the NIHA (NUS Initiative to Improve Health in Asia) Healthcare Leadership Programme for senior leaders in the public, private and NGO sectors across Asia. Audrey has served as invited expert on social entrepreneurship, philanthropy, innovative financing and inclusive growth at meetings of the Asian Development Bank, OECD, United Nations and the European Union. Her work has been presented at conferences of the Academy of Management, the Integrated Care Foundation and the World Health Summit. Her work on social entrepreneurship was published in JAMA; her report on philanthropy was published by ADB and cited by the UN.
07 Jun 2017
This session focuses on innovations along the health value chain that contribute towards this goal and key lessons learned.