Morad Fareed


Morad is a Co-founder of Delos, and currently works as a special advisor on human-centered initiatives. After beginning his career at Goldman Sachs and helping lead sustainable hotel development projects at Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Morad co-founded Delos to help accelerate the future of human health and wellbeing. As Managing Partner for the company’s first five years, Morad helped build and shape the wellness real estate industry, by helping to launch industry leading innovations such as the Well Living Lab at the Mayo Clinic and the WELL Building Standard®.

Morad is also the Co-Founder of Humanity 2.0 and CEO of the Humanity 2.0 Lab. Based in Rome, this pioneering foundation and Lab work with the Catholic Church to build institutions that address important human challenges, including maternal and infant well being. He is also the Founder and CEO of Square Roots, a maternal health and science organization which develops free prenatal centers and programs throughout the US. Earlier in his career, Morad was a member of the first Palestinian National Soccer Team, where he competed in the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

Morad graduated from New York University with a degree in economics, and he currently resides in Rome and New York City. Recently, he created a maternal health scholarship fund at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, named after his parents, Dr. Nabiel and Wesam Fareed.