Dr Julian Lob-Levyt was most recently Senior Vice President, International with DAI, based in London. Dr Lob-Levyt led the development of DAI's European operations to become a recognised global company within the field of International Development.
As CEO of the GAVI Alliance between 2005 and 2010, Dr Lob-Levyt's leadership led to the delivery of immunisation to over 250 million children, preventing more than five million deaths globally.
Previously Dr. Lob-Levyt was Chief Health and Population Advisor and Head of Human Development at the UK's Department for International Development, Regional Health Advisor Southern Africa based in Zimbabwe for the EC, led health systems reform with WHO in Cambodia, was First Secretary Health for Overseas Development Aid in Bangladesh and Chief Medical Officer in the Solomon Islands.
Dr Lob-Levyt has held a number of non-executive and trustee positions, including previously Chair of the Malaria Consortium
In the 2011 Queen's birthday honours, he was awarded a CBE for Services to Global Health.