reposted from ghdonline (the online community of Partners in Health) and YP (Young Professional networks) whose convergent home is harvard
It gives me great joy to announce several women leaders in the YP
community profiled as a cohort of 300 women leaders in global health.
Jordan Jarvis, Executive Director YP-CDN, Harvard
Rachel Kidell-Monroe, YP-CDN Board of Directors, special advisor to UAEM
Gen Bois, Community Director
Modi Mwatsama, former Global Steering Committee member
Felicia Knaul, Harvard Global Equity Initiative (current host of YP-CDN)
Ophira Ginsburg, YP Advisory Council Member, global cancer control advocate
Friends of YP --
Katie Dain, NCD Alliance
Judit Rius Sanjuan, MSF
Kris Ronsin, This week in Global Health
Manon Ress, Knowledge Ecology International
Karen Grepin, NYU, signatory of youth manifesto on NCDs
Devi Sridhar, Edinburgh Medical School, Save the Children Trustee
Gro Harlem Brundtland, Laurie Garrett, Melinda Gates, Barbara Bush,
Margaret Chan, Chelsea Clinton, Helen Clark also profiled.
Hearty congratulations. This community never ceases to amaze me with
its HUMILITY and leadership by example, not show and pomp.
Just getting started!
some related boston webs active in last few weeks as study year comes to its peak
|James Wilson and Norman Macrae were agreed the only reason they spent their lives mediating economics was ending poverty -the happiness and freedom search to empower every livelihood. Picking up their leadership pens, 105 years apart Wilson 1843 tried to celebrate goodwill of leaders as impacts of industrial revolution multiplied; Norman(1948) as the worldwide started an odyssey of doubling spends on communications every 7 years for 70 years- that's a 1000 fold increase of 2015now. Which women ensure that their half of the human race impacts the future of sustainably in all the ways that men are prone to risking most|