Co-Founder and CEO, Muso; Assistant Professor, University of California San Francisco Institute for Global Health Sciences
Ari Johnson is co-founder and CEO of Muso, a global health organization where, over the past twelve years, he has worked to design and build a strategy for rapid, universal access to care in some of the world’s poorest communities. Muso cares for 350,000 patients and supports the Malian government’s national effort to connect more than 18 million people with health care. Johnson is also an assistant professor at the University of California, San Francisco Institute for Global Health Sciences. Previously a resident physician at UCSF, he has published peer-reviewed articles and essays in the fields of infectious disease, health systems design, socioeconomic determinants of health, AIDS, and migration.