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Event: A Hopeful Future: How We Can End Preventable Deaths of Moms and Kids Worldwide

Since 1990, the world has reduced mortality rates for children under 5 by more than one-half. The U.S. government, through both Republican and Democratic administrations, has led this international effort to provide developing countries tool to care for their children – often with simple, proven and inexpensive interventions that address leading causes of death, such … Continued

Bio: Joel S. Gilbertson, JD, MPH

As a member of the executive team at Providence, Joel Gilbertson leads work to advance public and private partnerships, in alignment with community investments and activities, to create healthier communities. He oversees system-level programs for advocacy, community investment and development, philanthropy, international health and environmental stewardship. In an earlier role, Joel served as vice president … Continued

Event: UW Medicine: 2017 Inventor of the Year Award

Two UW scientists will be recognized for their collaborative work inventing the NIFTY Cup. Christy McKinney, Ph.D., MPH, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Craniofacial Medicine, Adjunct Professor of Oral Health Sciences at the University of Washington. She is also an investigator in the Seattle Children’s Research Institute’s Center for Child health, Behavior and Development, … Continued

Bio: Colleen Kerr, JD, MA, MLitt

Colleen Kerr is Vice President of External Affairs and Chief Legislative Officer for Washington State University. She currently serves as co-chair of WSU’s Economic Development Council where she is leading the efforts around the Seattle Initiative, dedicated to connecting WSU’s research, academic and service mission to the greater Seattle region. Colleen’s experience includes a human … Continued

Event: Launch: An orientation to Washington’s global health community

Launch accelerates connections among new employees entering Washington’s global health community while providing useful context about the broader community. Launch participants will get a global health overview, hear from leaders, network with each other, and get an insider’s look at the PATH’s Product Development Shop. WHAT: Launch: An orientation to Washington’s global health community WHO: New hires … Continued

Job: Correctional Health Program Coordinator

Position type: Full-time; 35-45 hours/week Salary: $40,000 – $45,000 DOE Benefits: Health insurance; generous PTO and other benefits Application deadline: 11/10/2017 Who we are: The Hepatitis Education Project (HEP) is a Seattle-based 501(c)(3) non-profit agency committed to providing support, education, advocacy, and direct services for people affected by hepatitis and to helping raise hepatitis awareness. … Continued

Event: Seattle Rotary: PATH’s 40 Years of Global Health from Steve Davis

Steve Davis from PATH on 40 Years of Global Health You’re invited to hear Steve Davis speak to Seattle Rotary at noon on October 25. Steve Davis, who is a member of Seattle Rotary, returns to their podium on October 25. This is PATH’s 40th Anniversary. In addition to recalling some of their extraordinary achievements, Steve will … Continued

Event: Coffee Flour: Making a difference in world food supply

The Final Mile Logistics Working Group is very excited to have Coffee Flour tell the story of their quest to make a difference in the world food supply by developing a by-product of coffee production long overlooked for its nutritional value. Dan Belliveau (CEO of Coffee Flour) will be sharing his experience.   Learn more … Continued