Vivian Hsu leads strategy, planning, and management for two teams at the foundation: Vaccine Development and Surveillance, which focuses on investments in new vaccine manufacturing technologies, infectious disease surveillance, epidemic preparedness and control, human papillomavirus and polio product development, and other vaccine development innovations, and Enteric and Diarrheal Diseases. Her portfolio of work ranges from day-to-day business management to leading major cross-foundation initiatives.
Vivian has centered her career on the health care industry, beginning as a consultant in the U.S. pharmaceutical industry and then joining McKinsey & Company’s Hong Kong office, where she focused on developing China market strategies for various multinational pharmaceutical and hospital corporations. In 2013, Vivian joined Evolent Health, where she helped build Evolent’s payer partnership practice, which partnered with hospitals to design value-based care infrastructure and negotiate population-based contracts with private insurance companies, Medicare, and state Medicaid agencies.
Vivian graduated from Yale University with a degree in political science and East Asian studies and has an MBA in health care management from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
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