Janet Zhou is the deputy director of Strategy, Planning and Management for the Malaria and Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD) teams. She also leads a work stream on improving pathways to market for new vector control products.
Prior to joining the Malaria and NTD teams, she was in the Global Development Strategy team where she worked with the Malaria, Family Planning, and Polio teams. Her work has ranged from strategy development to implementation planning to change management to reviewing and adapting strategies. Before joining the foundation, Janet worked at the Boston Consulting Group on a variety of topics ranging from climate change to healthcare to technology. She has also spent time as a researcher at MIT, modeling the impact of healthcare reform in the United States, and as an independent consultant for REDF, a venture philanthropy seeking double bottom lines.
Janet has a BS from MIT in Management Science and received her MBA from Harvard Business School.