David Janazzo, an expert across multiple financial disciplines, is Director of Finance. In this role, David conducts data analysis associated with the relevant industry issues and financial analysis of the related companies in support of the Foundation’s objectives toward the advancement of smoking cessation and harm reduction.
David’s extensive work experience includes positions at Fortune 100 companies, where he managed the following disciplines: Financial Planning and Analysis; Treasury; Pension and Investments; and Investor Relations. As Senior Director, Treasury at Time Warner Cable, David directed the pension and investments oversight process and capital structure decision-making. Prior to his role at Time Warner Cable, David was Director of Investor Relations at Verizon.
At Merrill Lynch, David was a fundamental stock analyst covering U.S. Telecom Services. He generated stock recommendations, produced financial models, and published industry and company research. David was recognized as a knowledgeable industry resource and sound financial analyst by internal and external polls. Earlier in his career, David held technical and management positions at AT&T.
David resides in New Jersey and holds a MBA in Finance from The Wharton School of Business, a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Connecticut. He is active in his local community through charitable organizations.
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The Foundation’s Tobacco Transformation Index (the “Index”) will provide quantifiable evidence over time of the steps the largest tobacco companies are taking to achieve a world free of combustible cigarettes and other high-risk tobacco products and actions they take to impede that progress. Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Stopping Tobacco Organizations and Products (STOP) supports the Global Tobacco […]
Corporate leaders, investors, and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) have demonstrated that, with the use of innovative business models, profit can be aligned with social and environmental progress. Still, little progress has been made in sectors contributing substantially to poor health and climate change, including companies that profit from tobacco, coal, palm oil, and the internal combustion engine. […]
Around the world, sales volumes of combustible cigarettes are dropping. Meanwhile, growth rates are substantial across a range of tobacco harm reduction products. These trends suggest that some consumers are swapping out conventional cigarettes for newer products—a phenomenon that Jacob Grier refers to as the “creative destruction” of the cigarette industry. Of course, it’s too […]
THE COMPLEXITIES AND IMPACT OF TOBACCO USE IN INDIA DEMAND ACTION India has the second largest tobacco-using population in the world after China. The tobacco ecosystem in India is complex. In this article, we examine the (1) tobacco products, (2) health impacts, (3) economic implications, and we conclude by seeking inputs and ideas for the […]
A NEW TACK AT WHO? A WHO report on the prevention and control of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) reveals an important change in direction, in our view. Specifically, WHO is adopting a monitoring mechanism that will rely on a WHO-convened consortium of institutions, including the Access to Nutrition Foundation and others. This approach follows the recognition that, “WHO has not been […]
#LungCancerAwarenessMonth ends today. An article published in @TheLancet found that #lungcancer rates now surpass #breastcancer rates worldwide, making lung cancer the #1 cause of cancer death in women. #Tobaccocontrol is needed to improve women's health. http://bit.ly/3k1PXb7
Technology disruption creates opportunities to lower tobacco-related death rates. While there is no long term health data on heated tobacco products, the latest evidence shows their toxin emissions are greatly reduced from combustibles. For more: https://bit.ly/36IGsZs
William Kamkwamba (@wkamkwamba), the coauthor of #TheBoyWhoHarnessedTheWind, joins Derek Yach (@swimdaily) on the Global Health Perspectives podcast. Derek & William discuss #tobaccofarming in #Malawi, William’s story & inspiring young people to innovate: https://bit.ly/2J6k9F6
"No one has ever approached [the doctors] with such a request: to participate in a study intended, shockingly, to explore issues re women and tobacco in southern India. And that, I explain to them, is exactly why I am doing it."
-- Dr. Sree T. Sucharitha
A new study published by Preventive Medicine features the first tobacco simulation model to consider smoking disparities related to depression. It’s estimated that by 2060, 484,000 smoking-related deaths will occur among adults with depression. https://bit.ly/32LHkLJ
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