Robert L. Mallett

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"Mr. Mallett has a diverse background in law, government, public policy, healthcare and international development. Before joining Africare in late 2015, Mr. Mallett served on the Board of Directors for seven years and as President and CEO at Accordia Global Health Foundation, an organization dedicated to helping Africa overcome the burden of infectious diseases.

"Prior to his leadership at Accordia, Mr. Mallett was a senior corporate executive at two of the world’s largest companies. He was Executive Vice President and General Counsel for the Public & Senior Markets Group at United Healthcare, the largest private healthcare insurer in the United States. At Pfizer Inc., the global pharmaceutical company, Mr. Mallett served as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Public Affairs and Policy and as President of the Pfizer Foundation. He was also an officer of the company.

"Mr. Mallett also has been in private practice at international law firms in the United States, and he served in former President Bill Clinton’s administration as Acting Secretary and Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce." [1]

Robert L. Mallett "is Senior Vice President, Global Stakeholder Alliances, Philanthropy & Corporate Citizenship at Pfizer, Inc. In addition, Mr. Mallett serves as President of the Pfizer Foundation, where he supervises corporate philanthropy and global policy. He also is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Prior to joining Pfizer in 2001, Mr. Mallett was Deputy Secretary of Commerce in the Clinton Administration. He was a partner in the Washington law firm of Verner, Liipfert, Bernard, McPherson & Hand and served as legal counsel to U.S. Senator Lloyd Bentsen of Texas. Mr. Mallett, a graduate of Harvard Law School, earned his undergraduate degree from Morehouse College, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa." [1]

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  1. Robert L. Mallett, Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, accessed August 20, 2008.