Healthcare, life sciences, and public health innovator, strategist, caregiver -- focused on empowering individuals and communities to take control of their health and wellness.
Marian Adly’s experience spans the healthcare ecosystem having worked in public and private entities across the continuum of care and delivery networks. Most recently, Marian worked at Google supporting COVID response efforts and was responsible for managing a large public-private partnership. Prior to Google, she was the founder of a biotech company focused on an array of consumer-based products. Additionally, she has been involved with a variety of public health programs ranging from local to international including the United Nations Development Programme on global pandemic planning efforts.
Marian is the author of “Limiting the Collateral Damage of Decision Making” that was the culmination of her work as an American Fulbright Scholar (2004-05) at the University of Toronto studying Canada’s response to the 2003 SARS outbreak. Marian is a caregiver advocate and has managed the care for her father as a traumatic brain injury survivor.
Mrs. Adly holds Master of Science degrees from the University of Toronto as well as the University of Chicago. She also holds a B.S. in Chemistry as well as a B.A. in Philosophy, International Relations, and Political Science from Loyola University of Chicago.