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Nicole Rubin

California, USA

Health tech, All

Founder and Principal at Impact Solutions, Former CEO of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern CA,
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Nicole Rubin - Former CEO of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern CA, and currently a Consultant for Ronald McDonald House Charities Global, leading their global research initiative on family-centered care and serving as a program officer for their maternal and child health global grants program. Nicole Rubin has dedicated her career to making an impact on the health and well-being of humankind as a leader in the nonprofit and health care sectors. Prior to Ronald McDonald House Charities, she was the executive director of the Greater New York City Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure®. She also served as Assistant Vice President of Planning, Marketing and Corporate Communications for Methodist Health Care System in Houston, Texas, and worked in the San Francisco office of The Lewin Group, a health care policy and management consulting firm. Rubin earned a Master of Health Services Administration from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In March 2013, Rubin was awarded the John H. Romani Award from the University of Michigan School of Public Health for her leadership in public health and administration, and for her commitment to the ideals of public health. Rubin has served on the Boards of Directors of Menlo School, Phillips Brooks School, the Oshman Family Jewish Community Center and Global Strategies, an international HIV/AIDS and maternal/child health organization doing work in Africa, India and other parts of the developing world. She also serves on the Dean’s Advisory Board for the University of Michigan School of Public Health, the Advisory Board for the UNC School of Economics and serves on the Art Commission for the new Stanford Hospital. Rubin was born in Nashville, TN and grew up in Charleston, SC. She enjoys running, yoga, reading, travel, art and spending time with her two children, Naomi and Ben, and her husband, Amir Dan Rubin.