Officer, Health Community
Patrick Diamond is the Officer for MIT Solve’s health community where he nurtures relationships with health care leaders to scale technological solutions to global health challenges.
Before joining Solve, Patrick worked at a community health center in Baltimore--building partnerships and raising funds to support critical health care services for people experiencing homelessness. Previously, he worked on Capitol Hill where he focused on topics such as embassy security in the wake of the Benghazi attacks and postal reform.
Patrick grew up in Maine and is the proud grandson of a genuine lobsterman. Patrick is a lifelong fan of Carl Sagan and continues to be motivated by his enduring optimism. He earned his B.A. in Global Studies from Loyola University Maryland, with a formative semester abroad in El Salvador, and a graduate degree focused on health policy from the University of Pennsylvania.
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