Alyssa Wostrel, MBA

Integrative Healthcare Policy Consortium, USA

 

Alyssa Wostrel brings marketing, organizational and financial leadership along with passion for Integrative and Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) to her role as Executive Director of Integrated Healthcare Policy Consortium (IHPC), the leading organization for advancement of integrative healthcare in the United States. Wostrel has an MBA from Fordham University and more than a decade of experience in marketing and organizational leadership positions within the natural products industry, including one of the leaders in homeopathic pharmaceutical manufacturing, Heel Inc. Her work included creating and expanding educational programs for medical professionals in all licensed CAM disciplines.

 

As founder of 1M Integrative Solutions, Wostrel provides an array of consulting services to the natural products industry (botanical, nutraceutical, and homeopathic companies), primarily for strategic marketing and regulatory projects. She is skilled in development and fundraising, including as Chair of the fundraising committee for the American Medical College of Homeopathy,
where she focused on cause-related marketing at both the community and national level. She remains actively involved as a Board member. Wostrel’s wide interests in health care led to medical mission volunteering in India and Haiti and extensive research into policy and public health issues. Wostrel was Director of Sales and Marketing at Heel Inc, the U.S. subsidiary of Heel, a global company with annual revenues of $250 million, before she started her consulting company. She is a Global Impact Fellow with Unite for Sight and travels internationally to do volunteer work with Homeopaths without Borders. Though not a clinical practitioner, Ms. Wostrel has a Diploma of the Institute of Homeopathy from the British Institute of Homeopathy. Her BSBA degree is from the University of Denver. Alyssa lives in Venice, CA and enjoys yoga, bike-riding and family time with her husband, two children and their miniature-dachshund.