Dr. KLAUS SCHUSTEREDER
Working as a doctor in Africa early in my career was crucial to my understanding of today’s global challenges in health care. The inter-cultural setting gave me deep insight into the roots of poverty. The opportunity to have lived in a traditional, as well as in a multi-cultural setting turned out to be extremely inspiring. There is no doubt that science is the key to find solutions to provide individual and collective health. However, such potential solution needs political will to make it a reality. Thanks to political support, our Foundation has demonstrated amazing results in African countries and Afghanistan.
Professor Marc Henry
A university professor since 1993, his scientific research has resulted in approximately 140 publications that have received more than 10,000 citations. His teaching covers chemistry, materials science and quantum physics.
Chemical engineer (1980), doctor of science (1988), qualified to supervise research (1993), Marc HENRY is a researcher trying to understand water in all its aspects: physical, chemical, biological in relation to electromagnetic phenomena, but also a science historian and epistemologist as well as a philosopher trying to understand the emergence of the phenomenon of consciousness in relation to quantum physics.
Born in Senegal, Mr. Diop has been living in Switzerland for 20 years. With his vast international network, he has helped us quickly establish new partnerships in West Africa.
Entrepreneur since the age of 17, Mr. Krieger now develops software for medical practices and hospitals. He is actively developing new mobile applications that provide data collection and training in remote areas.
Mrs. Meyer is originally from Switzerland. She coordinates all activities in Switzerland and internationally.
Mr. Bender is a broad media specialist. His background includes 10 years in Hollywood where he worked for CNN, Disney Channel and Varitel Video. He is a pioneer in online dating where he developed one of the first major dating website that eventually sold for $3.6m. His current interest revolves around advanced health technologies.