Shane Hebel is a Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School, where he teaches the Negotiation Workshop. Shane is also the Senior Director of Global Marketing for OraSure Technologies, where he focuses on developing and commercializing diagnostics to improve outcomes related to HIV, Hepatitis C, and substance use disorders, diseases that most burden traditionally marginalized communities. Shane serves as a member of the Boston HIV Research Community Advisory Board and represents community interests in a number of ongoing HIV and COVID clinical trials.
Shane’s research focuses on improving health outcomes for traditionally marginalized and minoritized populations, including men who have sex with men, transgender people, people who inject drugs, people who engage in sex work, and people who intersect with the incarceration system with a focus on systems improvements and patient-provider interactions. His work has been featured in the Journal of AIDS and he has presented his work at venues including the United States Conference on HIV and AIDS, the International AIDS Society conference, and the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, among others.
Shane’s prior experience includes helping to run an HIV diagnostics startup (acquired by OraSure Technologies), working at McKinsey & Co., where he focused on supporting clients within the healthcare sector, and consulting with the UNAIDS Human Rights and Law team. Shane has also served as a trainer for numerous negotiation courses and programs, including for the Harvard Negotiation Institute, INSEAD, Massachusetts General Hospital, and in-house trainings at McKinsey & Co and UNAIDS.
Shane is a graduate of Harvard Law School (JD, 2017), the Quantic School of Business and Technology (MBA, 2020), and York University (BBA, 2013). While at Harvard Law School, he was the co-Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Law and Policy Review. He lives in Somerville, Massachusetts and spends his time volunteering as an online crisis counsellor and competing in marathons and triathlons.