As an entrepreneur and thought leader, Pascal is working through the power of disruptive entrepreneurship and innovation towards achieving better healthcare, specifically in emerging countries. In 2015, he co-founded an innovative network of primary health centres in South Africa, aiming at reducing cost while maintaining or increasing quality of care. As the inaugural Primary Care Innovation Scholar at Harvard Medical School and a member of the World Economic Forum's Global Future Council on Health and Healthcare he contributes to shaping the global dialogue in this field.
After a solid basis in management consulting in Switzerland, he co-founded and ran a social business accelerator in Cape Town where he supported a portfolio of impact businesses in their growth and capital provision.
Pascal lectures and facilitates workshops at leading business schools and is a regular speaker on topics including innovation, entrepreneurship, primary healthcare and social business. He holds an MA in Political Science from Lausanne University in Switzerland and a Certificate in Corporate Finance from the University of Zurich, Switzerland.