Dr. Kawaldip is an experienced chief executive officer with a demonstrated history of leading international organisations in global health reform through innovative strategies to change the institutional, legislative, policy, practice and standards framework. Skilled in Digital Health, Genetic Therapies, Global Health Law, Team Building, Public Speaking, Management and Leadership.
He oversees the strategy and direction of IAPO. He joins with extensive public health experience at national and international level.
Dr. Kawaldip previously held the position of CEO at Richmond Psychosocial Foundation International and worked as Managing Director of Coram Children’s Legal Centre. He has European and international public health experience as Director of the Global Health Inequalities Programme and as Chairman of the European Network of Quitlines.
Dr. Kawaldip’s qualifications include an MSc in the Public Health International Programme from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, an MBA in Business Administration from the London Business School and Open University, and an LLB (Hons) from the London College of Law.