Caroline Roan oversees Pfizer’s Global Health and Patient Access (GH&PA) function, including the design of social investment strategies that drive access to quality healthcare, medicines, and vaccines for the most vulnerable populations; stakeholder engagement; and public reporting on environmental, social, and governance issues (ESG). During her tenure, Pfizer has refined its GH&PA strategy to better support the company’s evolving business priorities. The resulting GH&PA portfolio is a coordinated approach to strategic philanthropy and responsible investment which uses the full scope of the company’s resources to broaden access to medicines and strengthen health care delivery for underserved people. Prior to joining Pfizer, Roan worked on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Community Health Team, which focused on promoting individual and community health by increasing social support and connection. She was also associate director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS (CIRA) at Yale University’s Department of Epidemiology and Public Health.