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Advocate for patients to have access to medicines and health services globally

Healthcare, Biotech, & Public Service Leader:



Born in Mexico with a rare and debilitating bleeding disorder, Guadalupe nearly died at twelve because of limited access to medicines.  One night, his appendix burst, and he began bleeding internally, requiring emergency surgery. In search of better medication to stop the bleeding, Guadalupe was rushed to a hospital eight hours away. He bled so severely during the surgery that his heart stopped beating, and the doctors declared him clinically dead. But against all odds, Guadalupe survived. 

After his recovery, his family and he migrated to the U.S., searching for better healthcare for him. The transition was difficult: his parents arrived in California with little money or education, and Guadalupe spoke no English. Navigating the health care system as an immigrant and not knowing the language was a challenge. Accessing treatment and services for his disease was practically impossible at first. The nearest specialist was one hr and a half away. Thankfully, he gained access to care and treatment with help from the Hemophilia Association chapter in the area. Driven by his experiences, Guadalupe made it his mission to fight for justice and equity in the healthcare system.

Guadalupe Hayes-Mota

Guadalupe Hayes-Mota

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Video: Guadalupe speaks about growing up with hemophilia in Mexico without medicines.

Professional Experience



Guadalupe envisions a world where medical care isn't a privilege, but a right. Drawing strength from his own life on the fringes, he stands for justice and equity. He's not just a voice, but a driving force, igniting change and innovation across healthcare, from biopharmaceuticals to non-profits.

Guadalupe Hayes-Mota Picture in Memorial Drive

Professional Experience.........

Drawing from vast healthcare expertise, Guadalupe is a serial entrepreneur. Currently, he is the CEO & Co-Founder of a Stealth AI Healthcare Startup. Previously, Guadalupe founded and led as CEO of Healr Solutions, a tech pioneer addressing critical biopharmaceutical supply chain challenges, impacting 43 countries. Venture got acquired by major investors. He's steered global divisions of powerhouse firms like Ultragenyx, Biogen, Amgen, and GSK as Senior Vice-President and Chief Supply Chain Officer, and he ensured medicine reached 2.3 billion people across 113 countries.


Under his leadership, UCLA Health became the largest free healthcare provider in the U.S., serving 30,000 underserved individuals. A key contributor to the Affordable Care Act, he helped extend healthcare to 20 million Americans while at the RAND Corporation. Beyond boardrooms, Guadalupe has also collaborated on groundbreaking drug research at MIT with Moderna's founder, Professor Bob Langer.

Public Service & Boards.........

Appointed by Governor Charlie Baker to the Massachusetts Rare Disease Advisory Council, Guadalupe shapes state policy on rare diseases, guiding key decision-makers from the governor's office to the public health department.


A recognized healthcare authority, he's been featured in high-profile outlets such as Forbes, Inc., Fast Company, MarketWatchBoston Globe, MIT Technology Review and has delivered keynotes at the National Academy of EngineeringMIT, Harvard, and UPenn, even testifying before the U.S. Congress.

Guadalupe Hayes-Mota has extensive expertise and has held leadership positions on boards of directors and advisory boards, serving in roles ranging from chairman of the board to treasurer. He has sat on multiple boards including AI 2030, Blue Clay HealthSave One LifeMIT Alumni Association, and Fenway Health. He serves as an Advisory Board Member for Sanofi, a Fortune 500 biopharmaceutical, a Forbes Business Council Member, and a Fast Company Impact Council Member. 

Guadalupe Hayes-Mota lecturing at MIT a class on bioengineering and medicine


Guadalupe Hayes-Mota delivering a keynote speech at MIT

Guadalupe received a BS in Chemistry, BS in Literature, an MS in AI Engineering Systems, and an MBA from MIT. He obtained a Master of Public Policy from Georgetown University, and a Master of Public Administration from Harvard University. He is a current candidate for a Doctor of Engineering in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) at The George Washington University


  • 6 Powerful LGBTQ+ Executives - Business Insider

  • US Young Engineering Leader - National Academy of Engineering

  • John F. Kennedy Fellowship - Harvard University

  • Notable Alum - MIT

  • 100 Top Leaders in the Life Science Industry - PharmaVoice

  • 40 under 40 - Boston Business Journal

  • Healthcare Executive of the Year - Los Angeles Business Journal

Community Leadership

Public Service

Guadalupe Hayes-Mota Treasurer and Finance Committee Chair in the Board of Directors

Fenway Health
Finance Committee Chair,
Board of Directors

Delivers inclusive health care and support to LGBTQIA+, BIPOC, and underserved groups, focusing on transformative research and education for global impact

Guadalupe Hayes-Mota appointed to the Massachusetts Rare Disease Advisory Council

Rare Disease Advisory Council
Council Member

Appointed by Governor Baker to provide advice to the Governor, Senate, House of Representatives, and Department of Public Health on how to address rare disease policy and actions in Massachusetts

Guadalupe Hayes-Mota served in the Board of Directors of Save One Life

Save One Life
Strategic Committee Chair,
Board of Directors

Empowers individuals and families affected by bleeding disorders in developing countries through direct financial assistance and access to medical treatment.

Guadalupe Hayes-Mota Board of Directors of the MIT Alumni Association

MIT Alumni Association 
Board of Directors

Empower MIT alumni to contribute to a better world, fostering mutual engagement and support within the global MIT community



Teacher/ Mentor of the Next Generation of STEM Entrepreneurs Leaders

Guadalupe Hayes-Mota teaching at MIT
Guadalupe Hayes-Mota is a Senior Lecturer at MIT

Senior Lecturer and Practitioner in Residence - MIT

Guadalupe Hayes-Mota teaches ethics of biopharmaceuticals, global operations, leadership in healthcare organizations, and medical egineering.


In The News


Guadalupe Hayes-Mota named 6 powerful LGBT+ Leaders by Business Insider
Guadalupe Hayes-Mota published in the Boston Globe
Guadalupe Hayes-Mota named Forbes Business Council
Guadalupe Hayes-Mota presenting results of Healr Solutions at the National Academy of Engineering
Guadalupe Hayes-Mota published in the MIT Technology Review
Guadalupe Hayes-Mota quoted in Inc
Guadalupe Hayes-Mota written in Rare Revolution Magazine
Guadalupe Hayes-Mota recognized as 40 under 40 by the Boston Business Journal
Guadalupe Hayes-Mota publishes in STAT
Guadalupe Hayes-Mota named Pharmavoice 100 Most Inspiring Leader


Speaking Arrangement

Keynote Speaker (Harvard Center for Public Leadership):  Guadalupe talks about how curiosity saved his life by developing new drugs

Keynote Presentation (Clinical Trials Summit): Guadalupe talks about how to manage Clinical Global Supply Chains during COVID-19 times.

Speaking Engagements


Keynote Speaker (National Academy of Engineering): Guadalupe explores the technology needed to create connected supply chain in the biopharmaceutical world.

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Keynote Speaker (Pharmaceutical Industry Association of Puerto Rico):  Guadalupe discusses how to create access to medicines to patients worlwide

Guadalupe Hayes-Mota presentation of the Industrial Internet of Things Insights at a conference

Presentation (Biomanufacturing and Cell and Gene Therapy Strategy Meeting): Guadalupe presents about Internet of Things (IIoT) insights and knowledge to minimize waste within manufacturing systems.

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Keynote Speaker (MIT Latinx Graduation Keynote): Guadalupe celebrates the achievements of the Latinx Graduates.

Keynote Speaker (MIT Introduction to Technology, Engineering and Science):   Guadalupe talks about his struggles with hemophilia in Mexico, , going to MIT, learning and finding purpose.

Webinar (New York City Hemophilia Chapter and New England Hemophilia Association): Guadalupe explores, in Spanish, advocacy in the Latino community and also about his life as a hemophiliac.

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