Scott Dubin has over 14 years of experience successfully designing, implementing and managing humanitarian, development and diplomatic projects in a host of complex environments in the U.S. and abroad. He is the Senior Advisor for Supply Chain Private Sector Engagement at the United States Agency for International Development. Mr. Dubin was recently the project lead on a cutting edge initiative to utilize drone technology for delivering much-needed medicines, lab samples, blood transfusions and vaccines within hard-to-reach regions of the world. He developed a low cost, cloud based, transport management system, called TransIT, for use in low resource settings. Additionally, he created and lead a multi country activity to monitor temperature remotely throughout public health supply chains using IoT sensors, and utilize the data collected to improve the quality of medicines received by our customers. He holds a B.A. Business Administration and MSc. International business.