Senior Advisor, Clinton Health Access Initiative

Renuka Gadde is a global health advocate and has extensive experience in providing leadership for advancing partnerships that strengthen health systems, drive innovations, access, and advocacy across global health programs such as HIV, TB, Immunization and Women’s Health.  She has proven experience in working across industry and the nonprofit sector. Prior to joining CHAI (Clinton Health Access Initiative), Renuka worked with Becton Dickinson, a global medical technology company in various roles across medical devices and diagnostics. In her last role at BD as Vice president, Global Health, Renuka established partnerships with health agencies such as PEPFAR, USAID, CDC, LSHTM, BMGF, FIND for capacity building, and to strengthen health systems in low-and-middle income countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. She is skilled in driving advocacy programs. She has participated in various global forums as a speaker, moderator in shaping issues in health. Renuka joined CHAI in 2020 as Senior Advisor with a focus on advancing access to diagnostics for populations in LMICs.  Renuka served on the board of Global Fund, African Society of Lab Medicine (ASLM), project hope and is currently on the advisory of Rice University’s Nest 360 program.