November 3-5, 2015 • San Francisco
November 3-5, 2015
Kiah Williams is co-founder of SIRUM, a 501(c)3 venture that saves medicine to save lives. Like a “Match.com” for unused medicine, SIRUM has helped redistribute over 2 million units of medicine worth US$4.3 million to 15 clinics in 4 U.S. states. Williams previously led negotiations for the Clinton Foundation to create the Alliance Healthcare Initiative, an industry collaboration to reduce childhood obesity. Williams developed partnerships with Fortune 100 companies including Aetna and PepsiCo, expanding health benefits to 2 million children. Williams is currently in residence at the Haas Center for Public Service at Stanford University.
“There were a lot of really interesting speakers, giving a good outside perspective on key issues.”