Dr Mohsin Ali Mustafa, is a medical graduate of the Aga Khan University.
After medical school he decided to pursue public health for the scale of impact this field allows. Following an initial stint in a public health institution which delivered emergency medical services to a city of 20 million he ventured out to create systemic change. Entrepreneurship seemed like the most logical path for this. He co-founded FiveHealth through which the team delivers primary care services to school children via clinics in schools. This pioneering work enabled a partnership with the Harvard School of Public Health. Currently, Mohsin is building a health-tech platform called DocLink that connects doctors to their patients.
In addition to his MBA from Oxford, Mohsin is a visiting scientist at the Harvard School of Public Health.
The outdoors, his family and entrepreneurship are what excite him the most in life.