Thought Leadership & Innovation Foundation (TLI), a not-for-profit organization that works at the nexus of science, technology and public health, is pleased to announce that Alisha Moopen, deputy managing director, Aster DM Healthcare, will join TLI’s Board of Directors. Bringing significant healthcare leadership experience and global healthcare perspectives, Moopen expands the scope and reach of TLI programs and projects which focus on global health, including regenerative medicine and chronic disease, limb loss, rehabilitative medicine and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on behavioral health.
Bill Oldham, founder and chairman, TLI, says, “We are honored to have a woman of Alisha’s caliber and accomplishments join our esteemed Board. Alisha is a person of influence on international levels, with sensitivity and compassion for ensuring that quality healthcare services are provided to individuals wherever they reside and whatever their ability to pay for care. We look forward to her input, guidance and participation as TLI breaks new ground for innovation and leadership on critical issues impacting domestic and international healthcare.”
Moopen currently manages Aster DM Healthcare operations in India and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), oversees strategic direction and development, and spearheads expansion into new markets, most notably in the Western Hemisphere with the development of a hospital in the Cayman Islands.
“Alisha exemplifies the skills and expertise of an executive leader who can tackle key challenges facing health systems around the world,” says Reed Hartley, executive director, TLI. “Her background and experience align with our mission to use data and technology to enable better health outcomes for population management and ensure access to safe, quality and affordable healthcare.”
Moopen states, “This is truly an honor to join TLI’s Board of Directors and I look forward to playing a role in fostering quality healthcare for more people through TLI’s innovative and far-reaching projects. At Aster DM Healthcare we are collectively overcoming real world challenges, such as the ravages of COVID-19 in all parts of the world, especially at our hospitals in India. Through TLI, I will have the opportunity to expand our involvement in current and emerging healthcare issues and projects, including the Aster Cayman Medcity project, and work toward even greater progress with improved physical and mental health.”