Armin is co-founder of WorldMedSchool and the Jean Monnet Professor of Law and Economics at HEC Paris. Previously, he was a senior government official serving in the German Ministry of Finance and a lawyer at the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva. Armin held fellowship and lecturing positions at Oxford University, Harvard University and the Max Planck Institute for Collective Goods in Bonn (Germany).
Anurag is Chief Strategy Officer of WMS. He is a Strategy Consultant, Medical Doctor, ex-Military officer (Major) of the Army Medical Corps, Indian Army & currently finishing an MBA at HEC Paris; where he headed MBA Healthcare Club as President and Marketing & Communications wing of Net Positive, an academia-industry Sustainability think-tank, also trained in “Fundraising for Social Change”; “The Art of Leadership”. While at UNSW Sydney, he also trained in “Social Impact Entrepreneurship & Innovation” at the UNSW Centre for Social Impact & learnt Quantitative Business . He’s been Head of General Practice, Accident & Emergency Medicine departments of military hospitals; Chief Medical Officer of a military Brigade & Head of a Covid-19 Taskforce; as well as has experience with start-ups/scale-ups (healthcare, edu-tech & sustainability, Artificial Intelligence), Strategy Consulting (Southbridge Advisory & Investments, Morocco; Techno Serve Inc., USA; Vosyn, Canada; Tyree Institute of Health Engineering & Innovior/Probe CX; Australia; Bain pre-MBA program; HEC Consulting Practice) and also trained in a Natixis sponsored Data Science certificate in Management (AI/ML/Tableau/Dataiku/R/ Python/SQL); has extensive experience of planning, implementing Social Impact programs for the Government of India (WASH, anti-malnutrition, anti-drug abuse, mass immunization campaigns), was invited by The HALO Trust for a major social-impact event in Scotland.
Soubantik Ghosh has academic qualifications from IE & HEC, two globally top business schools – with electronics & communication engineering background. He has work experience in various functions such as research, teaching pedagogy, business development, organizational change management, information technology project management, strategy & implementation in consulting in firms of different sizes. He has studied, volunteered, and worked in 5 countries across two continents. Besides the academic and professional side, Soubantik is a globe trotter and loves traveling as his hobby. He has toured 37+ countries so far.
Febrilian, with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting is an adept professional in the fields of IT, HR, and business consultancy. Currently an MBA candidate at Alliance Manchester Business School, he has held pivotal roles such as a Senior Human Resource Analyst at the Directorate General of Taxes – Ministry of Finance, Indonesia, where he managed comprehensive training programs and process improvements for a large workforce. Febrilian’s skill set is enhanced by his IT expertise and his recognition as the best officer by the Ministry of Finance in 2015, underscoring his commitment to excellence in public service and business management.
Lucia is operations officer at WMS and student at Ecole Polytechnique de Paris, currently a visiting scholar at the University of California, Berkeley. Lucia has contributed to a number of projects at CREST, the Research Centre for Economics and Statistics of France in the field of education accessibility. She has been involved in both studying and organising relief efforts in post-crisis Greece, when large portions of the population lost access to health insurance and informal networks of clinics and pharmacies emerged to help restore at least partial access.
Lamont currently serves on the faculty at the Australian Graduate School of Management at the University of New South Wales (AGSM@UNSW) where he develops and delivers courses such as Strategy, Data Analytics & Decision-Making, Growth and Innovation for MBA students and executives. As Director of Industry Partnerships at AGSM@UNSW, Lamont leads Strategic Consulting Projects with Big Tech (Google to Amazon), leading Australian corporations (Woolworths to Qantas), scale-ups (Harrison.AI to Immutable), innovative start-ups, and non-profits (UNHCR to B Corp). Lamont also engages organisations to integrate Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors into corporate strategies, fostering sustainable business practices with B Corp.
As an entrepreneur, Lamont has founded startups backed by institutions such as Stanford University, SOSV Ventures, and HAX/Johnson&Johnson. His teams and products have won awards at CES, SXSW, and TechCrunch in Artificial Intelligence, Education, and Social Impact. Lamont also dedicates his time to mentoring, advising, and investing in startups from Stanford StartX, TechStars, UNSW Founders, and the Energy Lab.
Originally trained as a computational neuroscientist (Brandeis Ph.D.) and in Bioinformatics/Biophysics (UCSF Post-Doctoral Fellow), Lamont has also previously worked in pharmaceuticals (Roche) and biotechnology companies (Deltagen and spin-out Afasci).
Lamont is passionate about forming meaningful connections with innovators, creators, and leaders to create change and drive forward collective progress.
Daniel holds a Master’s in Global Politics from London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and is a medical doctor with medical working experience in Germany and Ghana. As doctoral researcher he conducted clinical research on severe malaria and published in the Malaria Journal and in Intensive Care Medicine.
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The WMS team.