Curtis is an international development professional with experience in global health and health systems design. He is currently Vice President for Global Health at MobileODT, a medical device startup with an accompanying software solution focused on improving cervical cancer detection and treatment worldwide. At MobileODT, Curtis oversees the global strategy for implementation and scale-up of devices through partnership with clients and engagement with policymakers.
Prior to joining MobileODT, Curtis was the Director of Strategic Initiatives at the Pears Program for Global Innovation at Tel Aviv University, where he supported the launch of social ventures leveraging new technologies to address the needs of people living in low-resource settings.
Curtis previously worked at the Center on Globalization and Sustainable Development at Columbia University's Earth Institute, where he managed health systems strengthening programs across eleven sites in sub-Saharan Africa. Curtis began his career in global health at Harvard University's François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights, where he researched the application of quality improvement approaches to prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV/AIDS in Rwanda. In addition, he served as an editor of the center's flagship publication, the Health and Human Rights journal.