Adlai Goldberg
The notion that life science companies should have a separate digital strategy is no longer relevant in today’s digital-first world.

Adlai Goldberg

EY Global Digital, Social and Commercial Innovation Life Sciences Leader

Keenly focused on capturing opportunities and managing impacts created by the digital megatrend for the life sciences clients.

Areas of focus Digital Life Sciences

As EY Global Life Sciences Digital, Social and Commercial Innovation Leader, Adlai is focused on developing the necessary digital infrastructure to support emerging, next-generation forms of individualized therapies to tackle cancer and rare diseases.

Having a keen interest in different cultures, he has chosen to spend his career living and working around the world in many markets including Japan, Thailand, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Ukraine, Russia and Switzerland.

With more than 28 years of professional experience in media, communications and consulting to his credit, Adlai helped establish EY global social media services and analytics hub. Additionally, he has also helped launch the world’s first interactive television platform in Hong Kong.

Adlai earned an MBA in Marketing and Real Estate from Southern Methodist University and a BS in Accounting from Metropolitan State College.

How Adlai is building a better working world

“I have been blessed with two opportunities to make important contributions to this world. First, I helped directly support the reconstruction and rehabilitation of communities affected by the tsunami in 2004 that hit Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Thailand.

For three years, I worked with donors and helped nongovernmental organizations manage their financial resources in order to provide the greatest support possible. I also design and help manage a tsunami commemoration program on behalf of the Republic of Indonesia.

Second, I helped design the necessary digital infrastructure needed to support emerging individualized therapies that may, one day, help cure cancer and rare diseases.”  

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