Angela Moskow runs her own consulting firm focused on identifying unrealized revenue streams from existing assets as well as looking for new growth opportunities for her clients.
Most recently, she worked as a Senior Advisor at the Milken Institute Center for Public Health. Ms. Moskow has worked in healthcare for over three decades focused on building strong brands that meet patient and marketplace needs. Ms. Moskow was a principal in the launch of Sanofi’s blockbuster 24-hour insulin, shepherding the brand for over 10 years. In 2011, Ms. Moskow started focusing on chronic disease prevention and wellness, specifically looking to prevent conditions like diabetes and obesity. Ms. Moskow holds a degree in Marketing from the Robins School of Business at the University of Richmond.
In addition to serving on the Board for the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, Ms. Moskow has also served as a member of the Northwest Missouri State University Foundation Board. Ms. Moskow has received awards from both The Women’s Venture Fund and Leading Women Entrepreneurs. Ms. Moskow and her husband have two children and reside in New Jersey.