Alice Lin Fabiano is a Global Director at Johnson & Johnson, Global Community Impact. In this capacity, she leads its social innovation strategy and investments in the discovery, engagement, and celebration of purpose driven entrepreneurs, with a focus in health technology and impact investing. Previously, she led the corporation’s mHealth commitment to the UN Millennium Goals to deliver vital messages to pregnant and new moms using mobile phones. Her responsibilities also included the global HIV philanthropic portfolio and championing the prevention of mother to child transmission.
Prior to joining Johnson & Johnson, Ms. Lin Fabiano worked at The Bridgespan Group, a strategic consultancy firm, where she worked with executive leaders to accelerate social change in women’s empowerment and education. Ms. Lin Fabiano was the Harvard Business School Fellow at Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF), a UK philanthropic institution aimed to improve children’s lives around the globe. She began her career in Morgan Stanley’s investment banking division and was part of the founding team that launched the firm’s Social Finance and Microfinance Institutions Group.
Ms. Lin Fabiano holds an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a B.A. from The Johns Hopkins University. Alice is the youngest daughter of immigrant parents, a mother of two little humans, and a self-identified introvert. She is a proud board member of Prakti Design (a social enterprise that designs cook stoves for the world’s poor) and Funders Concerned About AIDS. Alice is a founding member of Mobile Alliance for Maternal Action (MAMA), the U.N. Women Global Innovation Change Coalition and a board observer for Patients Knows Best, a UK based electronic patient record social business.