CEO & Founder
As a biopharmaceutical leader, Guadalupe has led the global departments at top biotech firms (Ultragenyx, Biogen, Amgen, and GSK) in manufacturing, supply chain management, sourcing, warehouse, packaging, logistics, and distribution of medicines to 98 countries, supplying millions of people with treatments. He ran the most extensive free healthcare system in the United States (UCLA Health), providing 30,000 underserved patients free healthcare and medicine. Guadalupe also assisted in developing and implementing the Affordable Care Act (Obama Care), which provided healthcare access to 20 million people in the United States (RAND Corporation). In addition to his corporate roles, he researched the development of new medications with Moderna's founder, Professor Bob Langer's Lab, at MIT.
Guadalupe graduated from MIT with a BS in Chemistry, an MS in Engineering Systems, and an MBA. He is a John F. Kennedy Fellow at Harvard, pursuing a Masters in Public Administration in Government and Politics. Business Insider has recognized Guadalupe as one of six powerful LGBTQ+ executives; Boston Business Journal named him to their 40 under 40 list; and PharmaVoice found him one of the 100 Most Inspiring People in the Life Science Industry today.