Josh Fink

Josh Fink is the Founder and Managing Member of Luma.

Josh is a seasoned investor, leader and philanthropist who has been investing in and supporting multiple companies at the intersection of healthcare and technology since 2016.

Prior to founding Luma Group, Josh was the Founder and Managing Partner of US-based private investment firm, Ophir Holdings, where he played a key role in identifying and investing in high growth potential companies from various sectors in technology, healthcare and natural resources. Throughout his tenure at Ophir Holdings, Josh developed a particular interest in companies that are looking to digitize and disrupt the fields of healthcare and life sciences. Josh is also a founding investor in, and a senior advisor to, Altos Labs and National Resilience.

Previously, Josh was an early investor in and senior advisor to Digital Surgery (acquired by Medtronic). Josh was also the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Luma Bio-IT SPV, which invested in emerging biotech and medical device companies. Josh also co-founded Compute Health Acquisition Corp with Omar Ishrak – former CEO and Chairman of Medtronic – a special purpose acquisition company (“SPAC”) and served as its Co-CEO.

With over 20 years of experience in private and public investments, Josh has built strong relations with industry experts. Josh has served as a senior advisor to reputable firms, where he was central to capital raising efforts, strategic initiatives and pipeline sourcing.

Josh is a dedicated philanthropist in healthcare, the arts, education and conservation and supports multiple charities around the world. Josh is actively involved in the World Economic Forum and has been dedicated to a number of philanthropic initiatives that include supporting medical institutions and foundation, educational initiatives and access to healthcare. He is also a member of the Fund for the Twenty-First Century and the Committee of Drawings and Prints at the Museum of Modern Art and a member of the Chairman’s Council at the Whitney Museum.

Josh earned his BA from the University of Pennsylvania in 2000.