Liana Soll is an associate director at the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging. Her interests include aging and culture, entrepreneurship and innovation to improve aging lives, prevention, wellness and healthy aging, and the translation of research into policy and practice. Soll has a diverse background in law and public health, with over a decade of experience in health information technology, infrastructure and project finance, regulatory matters, international public health and treaty negotiations. Before joining the Institute, Soll worked as a lawyer and public health professional for commercial, multilateral and nonprofit entities. She has lived, worked and studied in Egypt, England, Romania and Switzerland. Soll holds a B.A. in modern culture, media and political science from Brown University, a J.D. and an M.P.H. in international health from the University of California, and an LL.M. in international business law from the University of London. Soll works in the Institute’s Santa Monica office.
Introduction by Paul Irving