Ian Baker-Finch is a Sports Ambassador at Jupiter Orphan Therapeutics, Inc. Mr. Baker-Finch, born in Australia, is a professional golfer, notably winning The Open Championship at Royal Birkdale in 1991. After playing professional golf for many years and winning 17 times on multiple tours around the world, Mr. Baker-Finch retired from professional golf (1997) and ventured on to become an expert golf analyst, working for CBS on their PGA Tour coverage, including The Masters and US PGA Championship. After 20 years in sports television Ian is highly regarded as one of the most popular and successful commentators and is known for his easy going manner and love for the game of golf. Mr. Baker-Finch has also been involved in the design of golf courses around the world for the last two decades. His design of the "Desert Course" at Arabian Ranches in Dubai is one of his proudest design achievements. Mr. Baker-Finch has been a Co-Captain once and Assistant Captain multiple times for the International President's Cup Team. Along with his course design business and television work, Ian has become one of the more popular corporate presenters, hosting golf days for many leading corporations and charities all over the world. A life member of the PGA of Australia, Ian is also a passionate advocate for the continued growth of the game within Australia and abroad and is a "Life Member" and former Director of the PGA Tour of Australasia. Mr. Baker-Finch has also been recognized by the Australian Government in 2000 as a recipient of the Australian Sports medal and was appointed Golf Team Leader for the Australian Olympic golf teams, both men and women's for the 2016 Rio Olympics.