Alison End Fineberg

Alison End Fineberg joined ATscale, the Global Partnership for Assistive Technology, in November 2018 as its Director and is focused on maximising the potential of this multi-sectoral partnership to reach 500 million more people with life-changing assistive technology by 2030 ( Prior to ATscale, Alison spent seven years building and leading multi-cultural teams for the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), partnering directly with Ministries of Health in Nigeria, Swaziland, and Lao PDR to strengthen facility and community health systems. She later used her in-country experience to inform her work on CHAI’s Global Operations Team.

Alison has experience increasing access to medicines and diagnostics, introducing innovative testing and treatment programmes (e.g. early access to HIV treatment for all), developing overarching strategies for systems strengthening, and improving global operations. Alison graduated from Dartmouth College with a degree in Biology (Neuroscience). Alison lives in Geneva, Switzerland, with her husband and two young children.