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London, United Kingdom
Hosted by Global Health Council and the Global Health Fellows Program II, The Future of Global Health 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 TFGH17 is to foster connections and increase knowledge through conversations among new and established members of the global health community.
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.
CONVERSATION HUB TOPICS AND LEADERS INCLUDE:
Community-led Technology Solutions to Health
Jamie Nishi, GHTC
Youth-led Development Related to Global Health
Mary Kate Costello, The Hunger Project
Jamechia Hoyle, Next Generation Global Health Security Network
What will it take from a global and community level to have universal coverage?
Kate Tulenko, IntraHealth
Latest advocacy tips and tricks. What’s next?
Lisa Bos, World Vision
Global Health Security and Pandemic Preparedness: Achieving New Progress Through Private Sector Partnerships
George Dougherty & Diana Elkis, PwC
The Private Sector
Susan Ray Ross, USAID
Global Health Successes, Challenges, and Lessons Learned
Nellie Bristol, CSIS
Dr. Elvira Beracochea, Realizing Global Health
The Global Spread of Superbugs: Causes, Challenges and Opportunities for Action
Jay Graham, PHI
Drowning in data – next generation monitoring and evaluation – big data analytics and data visualization
Leeza Kondos, USAID
The business of having a global health career
David Godsted, GHFPII
Elise Mann, GHFPII
Just locker room banter? The gender-equality path to health and why is it so hard to make lasting change
Temitao Ifafore, USAID
Kelly Thompson & Mehr Manzoor, Women in Global Health
Global Health workforce: are we failing at diversity and inclusion?
Shannon Marquez, Drexel University
Stacy Terrell, GHFPII/USAID
Leadership change: What lies ahead with a new U.S. president, UN Secretary General, and WHO Director General?
Ambassador Jimmy Kolker
ONE-ON-ONE MENTORS INCLUDE:
Felice M Apter, PhD
Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University Medical School
Christine Yu-heng Fu
Sr. Research and Evaluation Advisor, USAID
Angelina H. Gordon
Director, Communications, Outreach and Diversity, GHFP-II, Public Health Institute
Christine C. Jost, DVM, MA
Senior Livestok Technical Advisor, USAID OFDA
Lead, Recruitment, GHFP-II, Public Health Institute
Associate Professor of International Health; Co-director Center for Global Health Science and Security, Georgetown University
Senior Vice President, Strategy and Development, IntraHealth
Hon. Keith Martin, MD, PC
Executive Director, Consortium of Universities for Global Health
Executive Director, Handicap International
Senior TB Technical Advisor-USAID GHFP, Infectious Diseases, TB Division (GH/ID/TB)
Inon Schenker, PhD
Senior Director Global Public Health, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries
Managing Director, Planned Parenthood Global, Planned Parenthood Federation of America
LGBTI Integration Adivisor for the Human Rights Team, USAID
VIEW LAST YEAR'S TFGH16 MENTOR BIOS HERE!
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As the shared voice of the global health community, Global Health Council (GHC) facilitates critical discussion around global health priorities and advocates for improved investments and policies to advance the global health agenda. GHC actively supports its members to work toward equitable, inclusive and sustainable solutions to global health challenges. GHC members include leading global health NGOs, private sector corporations, universities and individual global health experts and students.