Ramin’s career is highlighted by his three decades as an executive, intrapreneur, bridge-builder, strategist, and an award-winning faculty. He has served as a transformative leader at several world-class organizations (UCSF Health, UCSF Stanford Healthcare, University of Pennsylvania, American University of Beirut, and Weill Cornell Medicine.)
Ramin is the founder of Impact Human Learning, which focuses on strategies and actions to deepen learning in the 21st century. He currently serves as the Chief Strategy Advisor at EmC Leaders, focused on organizational and leadership training, development, and transformation. He is the co-author of Emotional Connection, The EmC Strategy, How Leaders Can Unlock the Human Potential, Build Resilient Teams, and Nurture Thriving Cultures.
As a convener of the United Nations General Assembly Science Summit (September 2022), Ramin is forming several sessions addressing issues of global health equity, building trust in science, the role of the liberal arts in supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Open Neuroscience initiatives, private/public scientific and health partnerships, and decolonization of global health education.
Ramin advises and mentors leaders committed to unlocking the power of human-centered organizations and capable of nurturing emotion-centered connections, courage-based leadership, and systems thinking to solve intractable problems and thrive in the service of humanity. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and has completed graduate studies in Public Administration/Health & Science Policy from California State University, Hayward. Ramin is also a graduate of executive education at Stanford University business school.