Chief Strategy Officer, Possible
Duncan Maru, MD, PhD, is Co-Founder, Chief Strategy Officer, and a Board Member of Possible. In his role as Chief Strategy Officer, Duncan oversees the vision and execution of our work in government partnerships, impact evaluation, and implementation science. The broad spectrum of this work is to ensure that public sector strategy, policy change, high-quality service delivery, and research are integrated and interacting components of Possible's efforts at healthcare transformation. Duncan is a faculty member at Harvard Medical School and the Brigham and Women’s Division of Global Health Equity. He also practices part-time on the Complex Care Service at Boston Children’s Hospital. Duncan graduated from Harvard College, received his MD/PhD from Yale University, and completed the Harvard Combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Program and the Brigham and Women’s Global Health Equity Residency Program. Duncan’s work as a doctor and epidemiologist has generated over 40 peer-reviewed articles. In 2015, he was named a Schwab Foundation Social Entrepreneur of the Year.