Daryl Burnaby

Daryl Burnaby

Director of frontline healthworker programmes
GSK

Dr Daryl Burnaby joined GSK in 1999 with a degree in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University and a PhD in Chemistry from the University of Southampton. He progressed through the GSK graduate management training scheme, gaining his CIMA qualification in 2001.

Daryl then progressed through various finance and commercial roles around the company between 2002 and 2009, before undertaking a PULSE assignment with Leonard Cheshire Disability in Sri Lanka in 2010. In 2011, Daryl joined the Global Health Programmes team and has led GSK’s investment in Frontline Healthworkers since then. During this time, GSK have initiated programmes in 43 countries, training 67,000 frontline healthworkers, reaching 11 million people.

Daryl also undertook a 1-year secondment with DFID in 2017, working as a health advisor in the London headquarters.