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Jordan Kassalow

Founder and CEO, VisionSpring

Jordan Kassalow is the CEO of VisionSpring. He is a Founder of<br /> VisionSpring, Scojo New York and the Global Health Policy Program at<br /> the Council on Foreign Relations. Prior to his position at the<br /> Council, he served as Director of the River Blindness Division at<br /> Helen Keller International. Dr. Kassalow is a fellow of Draper<br /> Richards, Skoll, Ashoka, and is a Henry Crown Fellow at the Aspen<br /> Institute. He is the inaugural winner of the John P. McNulty Prize.<br /> Recently he was named to Forbes Impact 30. Dr. Kassalow earned a<br /> Doctorate of Optometry from the New England College of Optometry and a Fellowship in Preventive Ophthalmology and Masters in Public Health<br /> from Johns Hopkins. VisionSpring has been internationally recognized<br /> by the Skoll Foundation, the Aspen Institute, the World Bank and is a<br /> three-time winner of Fast-Company’s Social Capitalist Award. Last year<br /> VisionSpring won Duke University’s Social Innovation Award.

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