Our Speakers

In the morning participants will have the pleasure to listen to three plenary sessions with renowned international experts that will share their perspectives and experiences concerning the future of education, the delivery of health care and of social services, and innovation in the COVID-19 pandemic day after. In the afternoon, participants will hear lively discussions in three roundtables in which members of the Lisbon Living + consortium will reflect and discuss future perspectives and make recommendations for the COVID-19 pandemic day after.

Magda Rosenmöller
IESE, Spain

Magda Rosenmoller holds a Ph.D. in Health Policy (University of London), a Medical Doctor (University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France), and an MBA from IESE. She teaches the MBA elective on health innovation management at IESE, and health executive education in European, Asian, African and Latin American Business Schools. Her areas of interests are health management, managing innovation and entrepreneurship in health care & education, European health and research policies and global health.

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Magda Rosenmöller
IESE, Spain
Elias Mossialos
LSE, United Kingdom

Elias Mossialos is Brian Abel-Smith Professor of Health Policy, Deputy Head of Department of Health Policy and Director of LSE Health. He has advised the WHO, European Parliament, European Commission, World Bank, UK Office of Fair Trading, Ministries of Health and Social Affairs in Belgium, Brazil, China, Cyprus, Finland, Greece, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Russia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain and Sweden, and health insurance funds in Austria, Croatia, France, Hungary and South Korea.

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Elias Mossialos
LSE, United Kingdom
Mitchell Weiss
Harvard Business School, United States

Mitchell Weiss is the author of “We the Possibility: Harnessing Public Entrepreneurship to Solve Our Most Urgent Problems“. Weiss is Professor of Management Practice in the Entrepreneurial Management Unit at Harvard Business School, where he is also the Richard L. Menschel Faculty Fellow. He is an award-winning teacher and the creator of the school’s popular course, Public Entrepreneurship, which focuses on public leaders and private entrepreneurs inventing a difference in the world.

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Mitchell Weiss
Harvard Business School, United States