Lecturer in Management
Steve Davis serves as a senior advisor for McKinsey & Company, as a lecturer at Stanford Graduate School of Business, and as a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Steve has deep experience, and sits on numerous boards and advisory groups, focused on the intersection of business, innovation, and social impact. He most recently served as executive strategic advisor and interim director, China Country Office, for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, as co-chair of the World Health Organization & Digital Health Technical Advisory Group, and as a distinguished fellow for the World Economic Forum. Steve is the former president & CEO of PATH, a leading global health innovation organization; former director of social innovation at McKinsey; former CEO of Corbis, a digital media pioneer; and as an attorney with K&L Gates. With degrees from Princeton University, University of Washington, and Columbia Law School, Steve also is the author of Undercurrents: Channeling Outrage to Spark Practical Activism (Wiley 2020), and speaks and writes frequently on topics related to corporate engagement in social impact, social innovation, and digital health. He lives with his family in Seattle, Washington.
- Law, Columbia University
- MA, Chinese Studies from the University of Washington
- BA, Princeton University
- Senior Advisor, McKinsey and Co., present
Awards and Honors
- Global Health Faculty Fellow, Stanford Medical School