Mohamed Osman leads Spring Impact’s operations in the UK. A senior non-profit executive, he is committed to delivering innovative solutions to social challenges.
He brings over 20 years of experience implementing programs and building partnerships in global health, social enterprise and humanitarian assistance across 25 countries.
Mohamed was previously Global Grants Director at the Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF), where he spent a decade growing the Foundation to become one of the foremost independent AIDS charities in the world reaching over 100 million people with HIV information, testing, and treatment.
Mohamed is also on the board of The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
- Co-convened and established a $1.2 billion global coalition to expand the diagnosis and treatment of HIV infections in men – the menstar coalition.
- Established first ever Social Impact Bond for HIV. The bond seeks to use behavior economics in reducing new HIV infections in South London, realizing a potentially significant saving to the NHS.
- Led and unlocked $25 million partnership with key Private Sector HIV partners to expand the diagnosis and treatment of HIV infections in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
Mohamed has established himself as a trusted convener of key stakeholders for development and implementation of high-level, high-stakes, high-risk partnerships in global health.
Mohamed has an MSc from the London School of Economics. Born in Kenya, he has a lifelong commitment to serving those who are marginalized or underserved
Areas of Interest:
- Private public partnerships for development
- Scale and impact investment and measurement
- Youth development
- Global health
- Marginalised communities and those left behind