Marissa Gilman is an experienced global health professional and former management consultant with 10 years of experience at the intersection of health, development, and the private sector. She has consulted for clients in strategy, research, and innovation, advising on areas ranging from new product development to institutional change management in health systems. Past employers and clients include Johnson & Johnson, Accenture, The Global Fund, USAID, and Google.
Marissa is passionate about improving health access in emerging markets through collaboration and innovation, informed by market-driven and design approaches. She now leads the global health practice at Resonance, where she works across public and private sectors to strengthen health outcomes and systems in emerging markets. She co-created Resonance’s Inclusive Innovation Exchange, a platform to spotlight local and global leaders in global health innovation to promote partnerships and long-term sustainability. She received her MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and her undergraduate degree in anthropology from Grinnell College.