Reginald Mbawuike is the Mobile Health Technology Fellow at Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences and was one of the first five directors of the International Economic Alliance –where he served for five years as Director of Strategic Partnerships. He is Co-founder of Generating Innovation Ventures & Enterprises, (GIVE) Inc. In his most recent role with the mental health branch of Optum, he provided the health research analysis using big data responsible for assessing all of the medication for the pediatric visits with psychiatric participation for 95% of the pediatric visits in the State of Massachusetts. He has lectured topics on IT, mobile health, and international economic development at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northeastern University, Wellesley College, Yale University, and Harvard University.
Reginald was the innovator of the app prototype used by Harvard University’s GIVE mHealth Program for its global health equity pilot conducted in North America, Asia, & Africa. Reginald was the Institutional Associate for Investing and Managing in Emerging Markets, Strategy, Real Asset Property Management, The Entrepreneurial Manager, and Finance at Harvard Business School. He was also Research Associate to Dr. Henry Louis Gates and Dr. Michael Porter -author of the best seller “Redefining Healthcare”. He drafted the tax-free clause of the African Growth & Opportunities Act that was later passed as law by the Congress, Senate, and President of the United States. He studied business management at Harvard University and Babson College.