Co-Founder and Director, SIRUM
Kiah Williams is co-founder and director of SIRUM, a nonprofit online platform that redistributes surplus drugs from health facilities and specialty manufacturers to meet the needs of safety-net clinics. Since 2011, SIRUM has helped redistribute over two million units of medicine worth $5 million. Williams previously led negotiations for the Clinton Foundation to create the Alliance Healthcare Initiative, an industry collaboration to reduce childhood obesity, developing partnerships that expanded health benefits to two million children. She has been recognized as one of Forbes’s 30 Under 30, one of Silicon Valley Business Journal’s 40 Under 40, a Draper Richards Kaplan Entrepreneur, and a Westly Foundation Social Innovator.