Paul Zintl is chief operating officer for Partners In Health (PIH) and senior adviser for planning and finance for the Program in Infectious Disease and Social Change (PIDSC) at Harvard Medical School (HMS). PIH works in 12 countries around the world to provide quality health care to people and communities devastated by the joint burdens of poverty and disease. The largest health care provider in Haiti, PIH has been providing vital health care services there for more than 20 years. More information can be found at www.pih.org.
Prior to joining PIH/HMS in January 2002, Zintl was a managing director of J.P. Morgan in New York, where he worked for 18 years, until 1995. In this capacity, his responsibilities included management, control, analysis and evaluation of the firm"s trading businesses. After leaving J.P. Morgan, he studied state criminal justice systems and worked as a private consultant for two years. In 1998, Zintl he received a Master of Public Administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
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