Juan Enriquez

Excel Venture Management
Leadership, Policy, and Communications
Business, Corporate, and Philanthropic Leadership
Mexican-American academic, businessman, and speaker. Works in business, science, and domestic and international politics. One of the world's leading authorities on the economic and political Impacts of life sciences. Author numerous bestselling books.  Serves on a variety of boards including Cabot Corporation, Synthetic Genomics, OpenWater, Harvard Medical School Advisory Council, Harvard's David Rockefeller Center, Tuft's Engineering, WGBH, Questbridge, and the Boston Science Museum. Is a TED All-Star, with nine TED talks, plus many TEDx talks.He was the founding director of the Life Sciences Project at Harvard Business School where he was recognized for his breakthrough ideas and lecturing. Was fellow at Harvard's Center for International Affairs. Is Managing director of Excel Venture Management, a life sciences venture capital firm. Just authored Right/ Wrong: How Technology Changes Ethics (MIT, 2020).

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