Khahlil Louisy

President, Institute for Technology & Global Health

Khahlil Louisy is an applied microeconomist in the areas of economic development, public economics, technology, and global health. His work focuses on the development and applications of public-purpose technologies and their implications for health and economic outcomes. Khahlil is the founding President of the Institute for Technology and Global Health – an applied research and policy organization, and co-heads the Artificial Intelligence and Technology in Public Health group within the joint World Health Organization (WHO) and International Telecommunications Union (ITU) focus group on AI for Health.

A native of St. Lucia, his work has spanned several countries and he remains committed to the issues of equity, equality, and global poverty.