Richard Golob is an experienced entrepreneur and business leader in outsourcing, digital transformation, data sciences, and life science and healthcare informatics. He has joined Quantori as Chief Executive Officer to build the company into the world’s leading data sciences and digital transformation company serving the life sciences and healthcare sectors.
Previously, Richard served as Global Head of Life Sciences at EPAM Systems, a publicly traded technology firm. During Richard's tenure, the Life Sciences Business Unit became the fastest growing unit at EPAM, working with pharmaceutical, medical device, and scientific instrumentation companies, and associated software and publishing companies.
Richard’s entry into the outsourcing industry began as Chief Executive Officer of GGA Software Services, which he co-founded to provide scientific informatics services for life science and healthcare companies. Under Richard’s leadership, GGA built a a 650-person development center in Saint Petersburg, Russia, and a reputation for innovation and client customer satisfaction, winning numerous accolades and industry awards. GGA was acquired by EPAM as the foundation for its entry into the life sciences industry.
Earlier in his career, Richard was chairman of the Harvard Environmental Health Council and served as an adviser to the United Nations and government agencies worldwide. He currently serves on the Leadership Board of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and is a board member at the United Nations Association of Greater Boston, the Anti-Defamation League – New England, and the U.S.-Russia Chamber of Commerce of New England.
Richard received his A.B. degree in biochemical sciences from Harvard College.