Founder & Former CEO, Healthbox
Nina Nashif is a visionary leader working at the intersection of healthcare entrepreneurship and innovation. She is founder and former CEO of Healthbox, a global initiative to change the way large companies work with entrepreneurs to co-create the future of healthcare.
Nina’s background includes more than fifteen years of global business experience in more than ten countries around the world. Prior to Healthbox, she served on the executive team of Sg2, was a consultant to the leadership team of the Health Authority of Abu Dhabi and worked as a director of business development in the International Services Division of the Houston Methodist Hospital. Nina also co-founded a Turkish cotton textile business with operations in New York City and Istanbul.
Nina is a frequent keynote speaker at conferences and events worldwide on topics related to healthcare, entrepreneurship and innovation. In 2012, she was named a “40 Under 40” by Crain’s Chicago Business and in 2013 was designated a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. She is also a member of the Harvard Kennedy School Women’s Leadership Board and on the Advisory Council for the Stanford Center on Longevity.