Meet the Partnership Board

AMP Health's Partnership Board reflects perspectives of leaders from both the public and private sectors. This Board will continue to grow as our partnership expands. 


Chair: Peggy Clark - Vice President of Policy Programs, The Aspen Institute

Peggy Clark is the Vice President of Policy Programs, Executive Director of Aspen Global Health and Development, and Director of the Alliance for Artisan Enterprise. Peggy has had a 30 year career working on issues of poverty alleviation, global health, social enterprise and development finance. Serving in founding and leadership roles at the Aspen Institute, the Ford Foundation, Save the Children, Realizing Rights, and on numerous boards, Peggy has been a leading figure in identifying and building industries, movements, and creative advocacy on key issues of our times. Currently, Peggy provides strategic oversight and guidance to the Institute’s 30 policy programs and directs programs promoting breakthrough solutions to global development including artisan enterprise, reproductive health, new voices leadership development, health workforce sustainability, diaspora investing, and food security. Previously, Peggy served as founding Managing Director of Realizing Rights: The Ethical Globalization Initiative, and as the Executive Vice President for Programs of the Aspen Institute.

Peggy founded the Self-Employment Learning Project at the Aspen Institute, later named the Economic Opportunities Program in 1991 and in this role, Peggy helped to establish the field of sectoral, or industry-targeted, workforce development with the publication Jobs and the Urban Poor and crafted new legislation to support industry led workforce development.  She also led efforts to establish the field of microenterprise development in the US, drafting the first legislation to support microenterprise out of the SBA, leading the first national evaluation of the microenterprise field, and producing the first Directory of US Microenterprise Programs.

Prior to that, Peggy was a Program Officer at the Ford Foundation managing a portfolio of women’s development, employment, and social enterprise grants in the US and the developing world,  and she served as the first Director of Small Scale Enterprise and Credit at Save the Children Federation. Peggy was a leader in founding and shaping the microfinance field internationally, helping to draft the first microenterprise legislation for USAID and serving on the first Microenterprise Advisory Council to the Administrator of USAID.. In 1995, Peggy received the inaugural Presidential Award for Excellence in Microenterprise Development from President Bill Clinton.

Lisa Bonadonna - Head, Global GSK-Save the Children Partnership

Lisa Bonadonna, PhD, Senior Lecturer (part-time) at the I³h Institute, is Vice-President of GlaxoSmithKline. In this position, she is heading the Global GSK-Save the Children Partnership – which aims to help save the lives of 1 million children – and the Investment in Academia Initiative supporting GSK’s Africa and Developing Country Region strategy, as well as being the Global Head of GSK’s Access Medicines Portfolio. Lisa holds a Master Degree in Business Administration and a PhD degree in immunology from the University of Melbourne (Australia). She recently completed a Master Degree in Health Policy & Financing awarded by the London School of Economics & Political Science and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.

Andy Hastings Deputy Director, Global Development, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Andy Hastings, deputy director, Strategy, Planning & Management supports strategy and operations for the Integrated Delivery team. Prior to his current role he served as a strategy and portfolio management consultant to the individual program teams across Global Health, Global Development and Global Policy and Advocacy.

Prior to joining the foundation in 2010, Andy was a project leader at the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) where he focused on healthcare and global health clients working on strategic, organizational and operational issues for a range of clients including large pharmaceuticals, small biotechs, and a medical school. His projects at BCG included support for the foundation’s HIV, Pneumonia, TB, EDD and NID teams. Andy has also held senior roles at Share Our Strength, an international social enterprise focused on hunger and poverty issues, and a boutique technology consulting company focused on helping a range of leading financial and hospitality clients.

Andy has an M.B.A. from the University of Michigan, an M.S. in leadership and organizational behavior from Georgetown University, and a B.A. in medical anthropology from Brown University.

Austin Hearst - Vice-Chair, Community Health Workers, MDG Health Alliance

Austin Hearst is a media executive, film producer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. He plays a leadership role at Hearst Corporation as a member of the board of directors. He is the Founder and CEO of Chestnut Holdings, LLC and interim CEO of fashion label Gabriela Hearst.

Hearst serves as a Trustee for Save the Children USA, an organization he has been closely involved in for over 20 years. He is also on the board of advisors of the Blue School and Karuna Shechen, a non-profit humanitarian organization focused on providing education, healthcare and social services in the greater Himalayan region.  Austin is a vice-chair of the Office of the UN Special Envoy for Malaria and Health as well as a member of the partnership board for the Aspen Management Partnership for Health.

Hearst is also a key player in the evolving mindfulness movement. He is actively involved in Headspace, Muse Headset, and eMindful as an investor and advisor.

Scott Higgins Director of Operations, Merck for Mothers

Scott Higgins is an accomplished business executive with over 25 years of experience guiding organizations through transformational change. As Director of Operations for Merck for Mothers, he leads efforts to implement global programs that help reduce maternal mortality. His responsibilities include project management, reporting, budget tracking, and ensuring compliance with grant requirements.

Scott has a broad background in the pharmaceutical industry. He has served in leadership roles in Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) chemical manufacturing, environmental control operations, strategic sourcing, and process improvement. Prior to joining Merck for Mothers, Scott led the Global Supplier Management Group's Process Operations and Strategy organization.

Scott holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Bucknell University. He is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt and certified Change Agent.

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David Milestone - Acting Director, Center for Accelerating Innovation and Impact, USAID

David Milestone is Acting Director of USAID's Center for Accelerating Innovation and Impact (CII). CII applies business-minded approaches to the development, introduction and scale-up of health innovations. To do so, CII invests seed capital in the most promising ideas and applies a rigorous, market-oriented approach to cut the time it takes to transform discoveries in the lab to impact on the ground.

Most recently, David held various strategic marketing roles at Stryker, a $11B medical device company, where he led innovation, introduction, and strategy initiatives in India. He has also worked as a management consultant with AT Kearney providing guidance to Fortune 500 companies on strategy and operations.

He holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, an MPA from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University, and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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English Sall Board Member, Sall Family Foundation

English Sall is a data enthusiast and researcher at heart. She is a board member of the Sall Family Foundation and is pursuing the role of a next gen philanthropist. English is currently pursuing her PhD in Industrial Organizational Psychology (IOP) at North Carolina State University. English specializes in Humanitarian Work Psychology and is especially interested in how IOP can be applied to cross-cultural leadership and work-force development within informal economies.

She is co-founder of an organization called Impact Thread. Using industrial organizational psychology Impact Thread addresses workforce and organizational development through the lens of social good. Throughout her undergraduate and graduate career, English has gained diverse experience designing research projects and utilizing applied analytics in the space of Humanitarian Work Psychology.

English is a recipient of The Dedication Medal from the Red Cross for dedication to providing Life Saving Blood Services and has received recognition for her work with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

English is also a board member of Jacaranda Health, EducationNC, and the Jamie Kirk-Hahn Foundation. English has worked as a Data Strategist Fellow with Organize and as a member of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychologists-United Nations Liaison team. English was also co-director for Aspen Institute’s Impact Careers Initiative and is currently a member of the Maverick Collective.

Chuck Slaughter Founder and President, Living Goods

Chuck earned a BA in Architecture and a Master’s in Public and Private Management from Yale. After trying and failing to build successful businesses in bike repair and then documentary film, Chuck founded TravelSmith, and grew it into a leading travel gear company with over $100 million in catalog and online sales. In affiliation with private equity firm Golden Gate Capital, he participated in the acquisition and turnaround of several major apparel brands with combined sales over $2 billion.

Seeking to apply his business skills to a more meaningful purpose Chuck lead the turnaround of a system of franchised clinics serving the poor in Kenya. This experience inspired Chuck to create Living Goods, which operates networks of ‘Avon-like’ health entrepreneurs who go door-to-door teaching families how to improve their health and wealth and selling life-changing products, like treatments for malaria and diarrhea, fortified foods, family planning, clean cook stoves, and solar lights. Living Goods empowers agents with an innovative smart phone app that automates diagnosis, ensures prompt follow ups and provides real time data to every manager on any device. A recent randomized evaluation shows the Living Goods model is reducing child mortality by over 25%, for less than $2 per capita. Working closely with local governments Living Goods is helping solve two of the most vexing problems in community health: how to keep vital medicines in stock, and how to pay the millions of health workers needed. Now LG’s advisory division is helping some the worlds largest NGOs replicate the model in Uganda, Kenya, Myanmar and Zambia.

Chuck serves on the boards of Yale’s School of Management and and the Horace Goldsmith Foundation. He received an Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, a Draper Richards Fellowship, and is a World Economic Forum Social Entrepreneur of the Year.

Jeff Walker - Vice-Chair, Community Health Workers, MDG Health Alliance

Active board member, consultant and advisor to non-profit institutions and social enterprises, Jeff Walker currently serves on the Boards of New Profit, Berklee College of Music, Morgan Library, Lincoln Center Film Society, Millennium Development Goals Health Alliance, the Miller Center and University of Virginia’s Undergraduate Business School, where he was President for ten years. He is also a Co-founder and Co-chairman of Quincy Jones Musiq Consortium, Chairman of the Council of Foundations at University of Virginia, serves on the Visiting Committee at the Harvard Business School and is on the Advisory Boards of the MIT Media Lab, the Blue School, the Tibetan Village Project and Ideo.org. He is also President of 15 Central Park West.

Previously, Jeff was Executive-in-Residence at Harvard Business School, focusing on Social Enterprises and Collaboration and a lecturer at the Kennedy School. At Harvard, he also helped to develop and launch “A Course in Exponential Fundraising” for nonprofit leaders at the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations. He served as the Chairman of Millennium Promise, an incubator to eliminate extreme poverty with the United Nations and Columbia University and was the long-time Chairman of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation (Monticello), where he still serves as an emeritus trustee. He also Co-founded and was Chairman of Npower, an organization that provides shared technology services to nonprofits.

Jeff was Chairman and CEO of CCMP Capital, the $12 billion successor to JPMorgan Partners, JPMorgan Chase & Co’s global private equity and Chairman of the JPMorgan Chase Foundation. A Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Management Accountant, Jeff graduated with a B.S. from the University of Virginia and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.