Luminary Labs welcomes two new Senior Associates.
We continue to add to our team, and we’re delighted to share the news of our recent hires. If you are also inspired by our people and our work — and enjoy solving thorny problems that matter — please check out several new opportunities to be part of our growing team.
Cameron Fox joined Luminary Labs as a Senior Associate. He is passionate about building coalitions and bridging gaps between people, ideas, and institutions to address complex, multifaceted problems. Prior to joining Luminary Labs, Cameron was Initiative Lead on the World Economic Forum’s Centre for Health and Healthcare, where he created and led a portfolio of public-private partnerships at the intersection of healthcare and technology. Cameron is currently supporting our ongoing work with Mission Daybreak, as well as a strategic advisory engagement with a global pharmaceutical’s digital health team.
Carthur Wan, Ph.D., joined Luminary Labs as a Senior Associate. With a background in neuroscience, nonprofit events, and fundraising for applied research and commercialization, he has a passion for bringing together consortia and helping innovative teams access the right resources to translate their ideas into impact. Prior to joining Luminary Labs, Carthur was the Manager, Major Initiatives, within the Innovation & Enterprise office of the University of Melbourne, where he led a program management and strategic advisory team servicing the university’s pursuit of large-scale research funding. Carthur is currently supporting Phase 2 of the LymeX Diagnostics Prize, as well as a strategic planning engagement with a nonprofit product development partnership.
New roles and opportunities
We’re working on a number of initiatives with world-changing potential — and we’re hiring strategy and innovation consultants who want to be part of our high-performance, high-impact team in New York.
Luminary Labs engagements span a broad cross section of topics across four focus areas: the future of work and education, the future of health, scientific discovery, and infrastructure. Across clients and topics, our day-to-day consulting work includes conducting desk and design research, mapping ecosystems, building scenarios, engaging stakeholders, creating frameworks for thoughtful and considered decision-making, designing strategic programs — and ultimately, operationalizing and launching new initiatives.
Do you (or someone you know) want to have real impact? Do you want to design and stand up groundbreaking programs? Do you want to work with thoughtful humans and love your job — but still have a life outside of work? Learn more about who we are and how we work, and apply for one of these open roles: