Our Team

Paurvi Bhatt

President & Chief Impact Officer, Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregivers

Paurvi is a healthcare executive, trusted strategist, and global thought leader with a reputation for marshaling funds, achieving focused outcomes, and leading innovative partnership strategies that bring health, care and bereavement solutions closer to home for aging populations, their families, and caregivers. As President and Chief Impact Officer of The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregivers, and as Founder and CEO of ThirdEyeFocus, Paurvi leverages her executive experiences at Abbott, Levi Strauss, Medtronic, CARE and USAID, USGAO, in influencing, advising, and collaborating with founders, C-suite leaders and Boards to modernize legacies, reframe referral and value pathways and build organizational cultures that meet the social issues of our time.

Working across public, nonprofit, and commercial sectors of healthcare, Paurvi has a consistent record of impact working across industries and functions by aligning and distributing capital with partners that increase workforce support and expand access to home and community-based health and social services and workforce support for the elderly and immigrants worldwide. Highly skilled in strategic philanthropic and capital investments, corporate responsibility/ESG, public affairs, and human resources benefits and employee engagement for purpose driven Fortune 500 companies, private start-ups, nonprofits, foundations, and government. Board Executive leadership as Board Chair, Vice Chair, and Treasurer of global healthcare, caregiving, women’s leadership, and immigrant focused private companies and nonprofit organizations.

Exceptional performance against global, multi-million-dollar strategies that deliver above target and durable social outcomes and business efficiency results by connecting business acumen, stakeholder engagement and advocacy with innovative strategies that optimize investments in health systems. Respected for scaling outcomes by elevating inclusion, belonging, and organization culture as central components of team engagement and strategic partnerships that deliver social change.

Authentic, second-generation Indian American, Asian woman leader, recognized for thought leadership across HIV/AIDS, women’s health, and social impact. Dedicated mentor focusing on developing leadership and talent to deliver outcome focused strategies across various functions and sectors.