Oliver Sabot is the co-founder and Managing Director of Nova Pioneer Group, a rapidly growing network of schools focused on making world-class education more affordable across the African continent. He is also a co-founder and Director of Kepler and Spire, two new models focused on dramatically improving the quality, cost, and accessibility of post-secondary education in the developing world. Sabot previously served as the Executive Vice President for Global Programs at the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), leading the design and execution of large-scale programs to reduce child mortality and transform health systems in more than 20 countries and managing the organization’s relationships with major global institutions. Prior to joining CHAI, he worked at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, advising its Executive Director on public relations and policy.
Sabot is the author of more than two-dozen scholarly articles on global health and malaria published by Science, Cambridge University Press, the Journal of the American Medical Association, the British Medical Journal, and The Lancet, among others and serves as the Chair of the Board at Kepler.