Maggie brings to VOZ over five years’ experience working with socially-minded companies and non-profit organizations to leverage business capabilities and resources for improved human health. As a director of client services at VOZ, she serves as a project leader on client projects, providing counsel and organizing and facilitating project initiatives.
Maggie approaches her work with a keen understanding of public health, and experience in program administration and stakeholder coordination. With a focus on harmonizing the value that advocacy brings to patient communities and business priorities, Maggie works to enhance the value of clients’ strategies and engagements by evaluating and implementing approaches, programs, and processes.
Maggie offers a diverse and studied perspective of the intersection between business and consumers, having worked previously with corporate clients, nonprofit partners, and government bodies, to increase the impact of investments in health. At GBCHealth, a network of over 200 companies, she filled a variety of capacities on a small, dynamic team to advance the impact of companies’ corporate social responsibility and philanthropic efforts, with a focus on global issues including HIV/AIDS, malaria and TB. She also aligned stakeholders around collective industry actions including the Corporate Alliance on Malaria in Africa, and the Private Sector Delegation to the Global Fund.
Maggie holds a Master of Public Health from New York University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from the University of Rochester. She lives in Brooklyn.
Maggie’s philosophy: “If you want to exist as a company in the future, you have to go beyond. You actually have to make a positive contribution.” – Paul Polman