At the biotechnology firm, Seek Labs, which has offices the U.S, and does business globally, Craig Mosman works as the Vice President of Business Development. Learn more by visiting his website and socials.
Craig Mosman on What Kate Winslet Teaches Us About Leadership
In the now viral video, actor Kate Winslet was recently being interviewed by a young journalist regarding her career and recent movie, Avatar: The Way of Water. The young woman nervously blurted out to the famous actor that this was her first time giving an interview. Winslet’s response was an example of her kindness and humanity, to be sure, but it was also a master class for any leader in an organization.
Colorado River to the top: Bright Angel Trail
Stand on the Silver Bridge crossing the Colorado River, tilt your head back and look up. The rim is the goal, but it is 9 miles to the top, and 4480 feet above you. By comparison, the Empire State building is 1250 feet tall…you would have to climb it more than 3.5 times before you reach the top. If you’re wondering, Burj Khalifa in Dubai is only 2716 feet! So just for fun, if you put the Empire State building on top of the Burj Khalifa and climbed to the top of THAT structure you would still be 50 stories short!
Craig Mosman Comments on Refugee Health Crisis
On December 22, 2022, Craig Mosman of Idaho commented in a written article published online regarding the global refugee health crisis and potential solutions. Mosman has spent the past 20 years investing in global healthcare and health innovation.
Idaho Professional Craig Mosman talks about The Future of Global Health
The past few decades have seen significant advancements in primary healthcare. These include the availability of vaccines and medicines, the development of medical procedures, and the reduction of disease. However, the challenges will likely continue due to urbanization, population growth, and antimicrobial resistance.
Emerging Global Health Resources | Craig Mosman
The last few years have been rough on everyone; yet we have learned so much from these years, including everything we could have been doing differently. After SARS, Avian Influenza, Swine Flu, and Zika, global health experts warned that future pandemics were inevitable, and that global preparedness was lacking. If we learned anything from Covid-19, it is to heed those warnings and to be more proactive regarding planning and global health concerns.