Emmanuel Blin is the founder and CEO of Tech Care for All (TC4A), a social impact company whose goal is to accelerate digital health in Africa and Asia as key enabler to improve health outcomes in underserved communities. Having grown up in sub-Saharan Africa, Emmanuel has a deep commitment to making our world a healthier and more equitable place. His vision is to bridge digital health innovation happening in the U.S., Asia, Europe and Africa and with the numerous unmet healthcare needs of Africa and Asia.
Emmanuel created Tech Care for All (TC4A) in 2017 after 20 years of service in the pharmaceutical industry. He is former member of the Executive Committee of Bristol Myers Squibb, where he was Chief Strategy Officer and Co-Head of Commercialization, after having held a series of assignments leading country and regional operations in Europe, Asia and the Americas. He experienced the transformative power of digital during his time leading digital health strategy for BMS.
Early in his career, Emmanuel worked with Sanofi Turkey and then as a senior consultant for Gemini Consulting. He is a graduate of ESSEC Business School in Paris and has completed the General Management Program of INSEAD-CEDEP. He lives in Brussels, Belgium with his wife and four children.
As Chief Technology Officer, Hima leads licensing, development and execution of all technical aspects of TC4A. She brings over 18 years of IT, business development, technical project management and strategy experience to this position. Over the past five years Hima has established a strong network in the global digital health ecosystem across incubators, start-ups, venture and established technology players.
Prior to TC4A, Hima served as Director of Digital Health at Bristol-Myers Squibb where she established company Digital Health strategy and led execution of strategic global programs.
She led over 25 projects related to digital health including big data and population health management, point of care clinical decision support and electronic medical record integration. She has implemented patient facing innovations including mobile apps, social media, chat and voice automated interfaces across cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular and other areas of high unmet medical need.
Previously, Hima held several roles at Bristol-Myers Squibb with increasing responsibility across IT, Market Access and Commercial Operations. She started her career as a developer and project manager at TD Ameritrade. Hima holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan, an MBA from New York University and completed the prestigious Society of Information Management Leadership Forum in NY in April 2018.
Pam Bolton serves as Tech Care for All’s head of partnerships, unofficial global health guru and social impact lead. She brings to TC4A her decades of work in sub-Saharan Africa, her lifelong dedication to the health and rights of women and children and her expertise in forging multi-sector partnerships for social good.
From 2014-7 Pam was VP for Global Health and Innovation with Concern Worldwide U.S., an international development and humanitarian organization.
There she led the establishment of Concern’s Centre for Innovation and Health and directed Innovations for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health, a multi-country initiative funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to test inventive ways to help mothers and children in low-resource settings get the care they need to survive and thrive.
With GBCHealth (2008-14), Pam supported Fortune 500 companies in the health care, pharma, mining, energy and professional services sectors to strengthen their corporate social responsibility and sustainable business strategies. GBCHealth is an international alliance of businesses committed to investing their resources to make a healthier world and meet global goals. For many years prior, Pam managed, evaluated and advised maternal and child health/family planning programs in about 20 low-income countries.
Pam has been a guest lecturer for Northwestern University, University College London and Dartmouth College. She holds an MBA in international business strategy and MHS in Maternal & Child Health.
Sandrine graduated from Kedge, a French business school in Bordeaux. After five years of legal auditing with Grant Thornton she joined the company world as finance manager and then CFO.
For 20 years she worked in small to medium European companies, in different capacities from distribution to services to help structure or re-structure organizations, implement a financial culture and facilitate development and growth. Recently she was in charge of Finance for a consulting and training firm in a post LBO context with specific cash flow requirements.
Sandrine will always work to reconcile operational management with legal and financial requirements.
As Chief Financial Officer, Sandrine leads on all finance and administrative matters related to Tech Care for All’s international projects securing and stewarding investments.
Marc Delavarenne serves as Tech Care for All’s (TC4A) Project Director, leading Marketing & Communications for the team. He brings to TC4A his sales & marketing experience from the pharmaceutical industry, his ability to manage cross-functional projects and his 4 years’ experience on customer centricity across international organizations.
Marc spent the last 4 years as Head of Customer Experience for Bristol-Myers Squibb France, then for the Global organization leading the design and deployment of a new customer-centric approach that has won several awards from customer associations.
From 2008 to 2014, Marc worked in Sales & Marketing roles within BMS, leading European Operations for the Medical field-people team, managing the Sales organization for the Virology business in France and developing customer strategy for BMS China.
From 2000 to 2007, Marc contributed to developing the commercial footprint of the pharmaceutical branch of Procter & Gamble, serving as Sales Regional Manager and Marketing Manager for the Rheumatology business in France. From 2008 to 2014, Marc worked on different Sales & Marketing roles within Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS), leading European Operations for Medical field-people team, managing Sales organization for Virology business in France or developing customer’s strategy for BMS China.
Marc spent the last 4 years working as Head of Customer Experience for BMS France then for the Global organization leading the design and deployment of a new customer centric approach which has been awarded several times by different customer associations.
Marc has a Masters degree in Pharmaceutical & Organic Chemistry from Lille University and is graduated from Skema Business School in Lille. He supports “Les Enfants d’Angkor Wat,” a French humanitarian association, and likes coaching young suburban graduates to help them find a first job through the “Nos quartiers ont du talent” (Our neighborhoods Have Talent) association.
Jean-Baptiste Chardigny serves as Tech Care for All’s Project Director, leading the company’s development in Africa. He brings to TC4A his decades of work in the healthcare sector in both mature and emerging markets, his ability to tailor solutions to healthcare professionals and his expertise in establishing commercial operations in LMICs.
From 1995 -2003, Jean-Baptiste contributed to developing the commercial footprint of the French pharmaceutical companies (Ipsen, Innothera and Servier) in 13 countries of the former Soviet Union, serving as Regional Business Director and Country Manager.
From 2004-2016, he served as Sales Force Effectiveness Manager, First Line Manager and Sales Director for Takeda France, gaining deep expertise in a wide range of therapeutic areas such as diabetes, hypertension, cancer pain, depression, schizophrenia, asthma and GI tract diseases.
From 2017 to 2018, Jean-Baptiste was Hospital Business Unit Director for Grünenthal France where he launched Zalviso, an innovative drug/device combination that improves post-operative pain management.
Jean-Baptiste brings as well his decades of experience gained as a volunteer serving fragile populations of rural India and vulnerable homeless people in Paris. He is as well a guest lecturer in the Department of Public Ethics at Paris Jesuit University.
Jean-Baptiste is a graduate of Kedge Business School in Marseille (France).
Dr Sachin Malhotra, PhD is an innovator & entrepreneur who has founded & successfully brought to market companies in India & the USA. With 15+ years of rich experience in the healthcare industry, Sachin brings to TC4A a unique techno-commercial skill set to implement our digital healthcare strategy and improve lives of millions of people.
Sachin has held positions at Ranbaxy Research Labs (India), Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF, USA), Altheus Therapeutics Inc. (USA), the Immune Tolerance Network (ITN, USA), BIDMC at Harvard Medical School (USA) and as Director at Gentrac Life Biotechnology Pvt. Ltd (India).
Dr. Benson Chuma is an avid health entrepreneur. He has over ten years’ experience working in various sectors including public and private health delivery, healthcare consulting, and health financing. After serving as a medical officer in the public sector in Kenya, he moved on to work with the global evaluation firm Abt associates under the Sustaining Health Outcomes through the Private Sector (SHOPS) project, a flagship initiative of USAID. There, Benson led the design and pilot of a health insurance Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) platform in Kenya as well as business advisory services for private insurers and providers. He currently serves as a director of Equity Afia, a chain of franchised health facilities, advising the company on strategy development and business growth.
He also owns and runs a medical centre under the same franchise. He has been involved in consultancies for international organizations such as the West African Health Organization and IFC/World Bank. Benson holds a medical degree (MBChB) from the University of Nairobi and a Master of Public Health Specializing in Health Economics from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. As TC4A’s East Africa CEO based in Kenya, Benson is leading the commercial presence and partnerships in East Africa.
Lucien Ndong serves as Tech Care for All’s (TC4A), West Africa Chief Executive Officer. He brings to TC4A West Africa hub his passion, his commitment, his experience of promoting sustainability and community development trough social projects related to health or education.
From 2016 – 2017, Lucien worked as Partnership and Communication Manager at Regional Leadership Center YALI Dakar, managing partnership and communications policy of this organization set up by President Barack Obama and aimed at promoting leadership of African young men and women.
From 2008 – 2016, Lucien worked as CSR and Public Relations Manager at Tigo Senegal- Millicom’s subsidiary. He successfully led Tigo stakeholders and sustainability’s strategy through education, health and e-health projects with a high social impact.
From 2002 – 2008, Lucien worked as communication officer at Groupe Hautes Etudes Canadiennes & Internationales. He contributed to corporate communication promoting and to the recruitment of Bachelor and MBA students.
Lucien has been a guest lecturer at the business schools Institut Africain de Management (IAM) and Institut Sénégalais de Management (ISM) belonging to Galileo Global Education.
Lucien loves writing poetry, novels and has published a poetry book in 2015 ‘L’antre de mon âme’ (The depth of my soul)