Elliot Gerson

Executive Vice President of Policy and Public Programs, International Partners, The Aspen Institute

Elliot Gerson is an executive vice president at the Aspen Institute, responsible for its policy programs, public programs, and relations with international partners. The Institute’s more than 30 policy programs provide neutral venues to do nonpartisan analysis, foster candid dialogue among leaders, advocate new policy, and promote best practices. Public programs open its doors to a broader audience. Gerson also administers the US Rhodes Scholarships. He previously practiced law, held executive positions in government and on a presidential campaign, was president of health care and education start-ups, and led two national insurance and health care companies. He has served on many nonprofit boards, especially in the arts.

Videos/Audio of Elliot Gerson

Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies, a three-part, six-hour documentary series directed by award-winning filmmaker... See more
Explore the results of the new Aspen Ideas Festival poll, which asked Americans to define their versions of the dream,... See more
Evolutionary biologist Jerry Coyne discusses his book, Faith vs. Fact: Why Science and Religion are Incompatible.... See more
Mexico is quickly becoming an emerging market heavyweight. Having surpassed Spain as the 12th largest economy in the... See more
In this talk about his newly published book, Bad Faith: When Religious Belief Undermines Modern Medicine, Dr. Paul... See more
Personalized medicine is upending hierarchies with consumer products like Scanadu, designed to track physiological... See more

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