Paurvi Bhatt is a global healthcare executive known for creating strategies that optimize public, private, and philanthropic capital to expand more equitable decisions, resources, and care outcomes in communities around the world. She’s known for creating unique solutions that bring together nonprofits, government and companies to pilot , pivot, and scale health care and social services.
As a second generation, Indian immigrant, and family caregiver, Paurvi focuses on culturally responsive solutions in the care economy by integrating community-led voices, solutions, and organizations to shape the referral pathway that brings care into the home. As a board director, leader and advisor on several private company, foundation, institution and nonprofit boards, Paurvi combines her lived experience with her seasoned focus on outcomes and deep knowledge of financing. She has focused much of her career on HIV/AIDS; women’s health and health equity worldwide and is trained in health systems and economics with a B.A. in Neuroscience from Northwestern University, an M.P.H from Yale University, and a PhD (ABD) from Johns Hopkins University. Paurvi is an active spokesperson, author, podcast guest and presenter on issues ranging from women’s leadership, Asian American and immigrant issues, health systems and economics, philanthropy, HIV and women’s health, and the role of women as working daughters and family caregivers.