Women in Global Health: Learn, Engage, Advance, Disrupt

Read about four amazing women leaders in global health, recently named the inaugural 2019 Jane Jie Sun cohort of the Women in Global Health LEAD Fellowship at Harvard University. The group includes the founder of a non-profit tackling HIV/AIDS in 36 Indian states,  a pioneer of people-centered care from Moldova, a health systems leader from Pakistan, and an award-winning youth- and reproductive health-advocate from Malawi. The Fellowship is a joint partnership between the Harvard Global Health Institute (HGHI) and the Women and Health Initiative at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

For those of you in the Boston area: Hear the LEAD Fellows (and more about them) in a panel discussion this Wednesday, October 9, 2019; They will also share their strategies for success as women leaders in health, such as: What to do when you hit the glass ceiling, how to be resilient in the face of political pressure, and how to advocate for better pay and support structures at work. more information here.

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