WGH Seattle Introduces Inaugural Advisors to Guide the Movement and Promote Women in Leadership
Eleven women were selected for their commitment to advancing gender equity in global health leadership, their involvement with the WGH Seattle movement to date, and their diverse perspectives and career experiences.
Your global health transition plan and why women all over the world have one less thing to worry about
50 minutes for gender parity, a bigger table for Tableau, and a sanitation solution to skip for
Highlights from our #IWD2019 event, how a fistula survivor became a nationwide advocate, and your global health elevator pitch
From the Congo to Clark County, the warming planet is cooling our success, and Seattle wants your flu sample
Uzbekistan eliminates malaria, Vietnam launches nationwide PrEP, and Malawi expands a model phone program
WGHA members rise to the response, eyes turn to UNGA, and Bill Foege reminds us that life plans are an illusion
Meet the 2018 Pioneers of Global Health Awards Winners and test your global giving knowledge
She heals and dragon boats, global health grows in South Lake Union, and Paraguay scores big
The rain is gone, Gary Gilliland is named Geek of the Year, and 3 events that are worth stepping inside for
From spiders to vaccines, nominate the next Pioneers of Global Health Award winners, and hot off the African press
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We all want to be the ‘discoverer’ but the day of superman and superwoman is done, it’s all about alliances, teamwork and collaboration.
Dr. Margaret Chan
Former Director-General, World Health Organization
This is an exciting time to be doing science. I believe we are on the verge of making the kinds of scientific breakthroughs that will enable us to treat and prevent infectious diseases that today still kill about 14 million people per year.
Dr. John Aitchison
President, Co-Director, Center for Global Infectious Disease Research, Seattle Children’s Research Institute, speaking with the Seattle Business Journal
The fifth law of thermodynamics is that the rate of human connections is exponentially related to the rate of innovation.
Governor Jay Inslee
Speaking at the Seattle Chamber of Commerce Regional Leadership Conference
On the whole, the world is getting better … I’m not trying to downplay the work that remains. Being an optimist doesn’t mean you ignore tragedy and injustice. It means you’re inspired to look for people making progress on those fronts, and to help spread that progress more widely.
Writing as the first-ever guest editor for TIME magazine
It’s not enough to come together in reaction to a crisis. We need systems-level change where science, business, government, and philanthropic leaders think and act more holistically as the norm. Only then can we find a better balance between human advancement and sustaining the health of our planet.
Founder and CEO, Panorama; Chair of WGHA’s Governance Board