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The Future of Global Health 2016

by Anna Woltman last modified Mar 26, 2016 02:04 AM
Hosted by Global Health Council and the Global Health Fellows Program II, The Future of Global Health 2016 is a unique opportunity to step outside the usual panel discussion format and engage in meaningful conversation with peers and potential mentors.
When Apr 14, 2016
from 06:00 PM to 09:00 PM
Where The Hamilton, 600 14th Street, N.W., Washington, 20005 United States
Attendees Aaron Emmel,
Chandresh Harjivan,
Dave Tarantino,
Erin Hohlfelder,
Heather Ross,
Inon Schenker,
Kelly Thompson,
Loyce Pace,
Michael Myers,
Rebecca Katz,
Rebecca Kohler,
Sharon Rudy,
Sue Richiedei,
Tom Kenyon,
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Hosted by Global Health Council and the Global Health Fellows Program II, The Future of Global Health 2016 is an event for global health unlike any other. It is a unique opportunity to step outside the usual panel discussion format and engage in meaningful conversation with peers and potential mentors.

The goal of TFGH16 is to foster connections and increase knowledge through conversations among new and established members of the global health community. This year’s event will focus on the global health workplace – the challenges, solutions and skills needed to advance progress on the global health issues of our time. The breadth of sectors – private, non-profit, government, academic and donor – will be represented among the event’s discussion group leaders, mentors and attendees.

This unconference will feature small group discussions and one-on-one mentoring sessions with senior global health professionals. Learn more about TFGH here.

Full List of Hub Topics

Advancing Global Health Through the Data Revolution
Civil Society and Advances in Global Health
Effective Cross-Sector Partnerships
Healing in Humanitarian Settings
Healthier Communities Through Maternal Child Health
Healthy Planet, Healthy People
Improving Health Through Social Inclusion
Pandemics: What it Takes to Respond Effectively
Priorities in Global Health Policy
Priorities in Global Health Security
Smart Financing for Global Health
The Business of Having a Global Health Career
The Gender-Equality Path to Health

The Vibrant Global Health Workforce


Group Leaders & Mentors

Aaron Emmel, Department of Federal Affairs, American Academy of Pediatrics
Chandresh Harjivan, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Dave Tarantino, International Medical Corps
Erin Hohlfelder, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Heather Ross, IntraHealth International
Inon Schenker, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, Ltd.
Kelly Thompson, Women in Global Health
Loyce Pace, LIVESTRONG Foundation
Michael Myers, The Rockefeller Foundation
Rebecca Katz, George Washington University
Rebecca Kohler, IntraHealth International
Sharon Rudy, Global Health Fellows Program II, Public Health Institute
Sue Richiedei, Plan International USA
Tom Kenyon, Project HOPE

More leaders & mentors to be announced soon!



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