Korab Zuka, Vice President, Public Affairs, oversees Gilead’s efforts across therapeutic areas working to reduce health disparities, expand access to health services, advance education, and support local communities.
Prior to joining Gilead, Korab spent almost 7 years at Patient Access Network Foundation as Vice President, External Relations and Patient Services where Korab led PAN’s fundraising strategy and patient services. Under Korab’s leadership, the organization grew by 500% in revenue and was able to assist more than 100,000 patients with their out-of-pocket needs. In addition to PAN, Korab also spent 5 years working for the United Nations/OSCE in Kosovo, where he supported several projects focused on promoting education for underserved youth in Kosovo. While at the United Nations/OSCE, Korab also founded and served as Executive Director for the Center for Social Emancipation, a non-profit organization that sought to promote human rights for marginalized communities in Kosovo.
Korab earned his Bachelor’s degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology in Project Management and Online Business and holds certificates in Advanced Leadership Studies and Management and Process Development. Korab was voted to the board in Spring 2016.