Executive Chairman / CEO
Sonny Roshan is the Executive Chairman and CEO of AEON Global Health. A visionary with more than 20 years of experience in successful entrepreneurship, Sonny Roshan founded a chain of retail primary care clinics; co-founded Palms Recovery Corporation that provides treatment for addiction, alcoholism and dual diagnosis; and has been instrumental in transforming AEON into a fast-growing healthcare company. Mr. Roshan along with his wife, Phyllis Roshan who Chairs the AEON Foundation, has made numerous philanthropic contributions to the communities in Georgia, Haiti, Columbia and El Salvador and to educational initiatives in developing countries such as Tajikistan and Pakistan.
Chief Technology Officer
Shawn Desai is the Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder of AEON Global Health. He is a licensed attorney in Georgia and also a registered patent attorney with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Shawn obtained his Law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law and his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Emory University, where he was a George W. Woodruff Fellow.
Paul S. Suda has been a licensed attorney in Georgia for more than 25 years, practicing in both State and Federal courts. Paul obtained his law degree from SUNY at Buffalo School of Law. Paul brings to AEON years of experience in counseling hundreds of clients in a variety of business environments.
Director, Corporate Communications & Brand Strategy
Salimah joined AEON in December 2017 and has spearheaded the rebranding effort at AEON. She is a highly driven Communications and Brand Specialist with an MBA in Marketing and over 15 years of experience in Corporate Communications and Brand Management. As Head of Corporate Communications, Salimah has consistently achieved top-tier brand building results for large global and national companies including Bank Alfalah (one of the largest commercial banks in Pakistan) and Abbott Laboratories, a Fortune 500 global company. At Bank Alfalah, she enhanced media visibility by achieving highest AVEs (Advertising Value Equivalencies) among top five competitors in the Pakistan banking industry in 2015. She was also responsible for developing the Bank’s digital communications strategy and conceptualized an innovative internal communications strategy to improve employee engagement at Alfalah. Salimah has also headed Communications for companies in the development sector such as The First MicroFinanceBank – FMFB and the Aga Khan education Service (both agencies of the Aga Khan Development Network–AKDN, one of the world’s largest development agencies).
In a voluntary capacity, Salimah has been the Communications Coordinator for the Aga Khan Council in Pakistan for six years and currently volunteers with the Aga Khan Council for the USA’s national Communications team. Her areas of expertise are strategic communications, brand strategy, print and digital content development, employee communications and training, crisis communications, event/project management.
Head of Human Resources