Dr. Carina Tyrrell is a British-Swiss investor formerly at Goldman Sachs with a background as a public health physician and research scientist. Carina is Governor for Cambridge University Hospitals, Public Health Council Member for the Royal Society of Medicine, and has worked with local and national government and international organisations, including the UK Government and the World Health Organization. She holds a first-class degree in Natural Sciences (MA), a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MB BChir), and a Master of Public Health with distinction (MPH) from Cambridge University. Carina has appeared on BBC News, ITV News, Sky News, Radio 4, and has been featured in The Times, Daily Telegraph, and Business Insider.
My purpose is to lead sustainable improvement to people’s lives globally. I’m passionate about using science and technology to tackle the global challenges ahead of us and achieve disruptive impact.
Desert Island Discs on BBC Radio 4 - I greatly enjoy learning about people, their journey, and what drives them.
I love to ski and water-ski and spend time in nature. I enjoy writing and publishing, and I support philanthropic projects around the world.