Co-founder and Director for SIRUM
Net Impact Conference 2016 Keynote Speaker
SIRUM is a venture that saves and redistributes unused medicine to places where they can greatly benefit sick people who cannot afford proper health care. Kiah Williams, a Stanford University graduate, is the co-founder of this amazing organization and has been a valuable influence in the $5.6 million worth in medicine that has been distributed across 4 states thus far. This service helps save lives by allowing hospitals, pharmacies, and other health facilities to donate unused medicine instead of destroying these much-needed medications. SIRUM helps save lives while helping health facilities save money as well.
As a co-founder and director of this organization, Kiah Williams has been recognized for her achievements as a Social Entrepreneur stand-out and Outstanding Alumni by Forbes. She is also working on other projects and partnering with Fortune 100 companies to make sure children have the proper health care and benefits they deserve. Kiah is passionate about helping others and is making great strides towards making our world a happier and healthier place for all people, no matter what their income.
In regards to her work with SIRUM, Kiah focuses on its organizational strategy and growth. She has impressive experience with running organizations including her work leading the national public health programs for the Clinton Foundation and American Heart Association. These efforts go towards reducing childhood obesity and other areas of concern for health in the United States. Kiah Williams goes above and beyond with her work and will be sure to make a great impact when she speaks at the 2016 Net Impact Conference.
It's more than a conference, it's a movement for those who want to change the world
Pennsylvania Convention Center
November 3 - 5, 2016