Associate Partner, Dalberg Advisors

Henry Koster is an Associate Partner based in Massachusetts. He works on topics of global health equity and security, with a focus on the intersection of disease and climate change, market shaping and commodity access, and emergency preparedness. He advises public, private, and philanthropic leaders on strategic planning, launching new initiatives, and impact evaluation and learning.

Recent examples of his work include support to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Gavi to optimize management of emergency vaccine stockpiles for long-term impact and cost-effectiveness; leading a strategic review of the ACT-Accelerator mechanism and its contributions to the global pandemic response; and work with top-ten pharmaceutical manufacturers to support the market entry and uptake of new products among low-income and underserved communities. Other recent clients include Nutrition International, Open Philanthropy, Organon, Rockefeller Foundation, UNHCR, UNICEF, UNITAID, USAID, and WHO.

Prior to Dalberg, Henry worked at Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance, where he supported organizational strategy development, and managed grant portfolios for East African countries with a focus on health systems strengthening and sustainable financing. Previously, Henry engaged in a period of work at the European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN), where he contributed to the world’s first high-precision study of anti-matter. He holds a BA in physics and global health from Williams College.

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