For decades, the United States has been a global leader in advancing public health around the world. Join us on May 16th for this exciting event, in which a diverse group of experts will speak about how public and private investments in women’s health and rights can help the U.S. continue to achieve broad and sustained global health outcomes around the world.
Dr. Fiemu Nwariaku, (Moderator) Associate Dean for Global Health at UT Southwestern Medical Center
Dr. Doyin Oluwole, Executive Director of the Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon Partnership
Dr. Kenneth Leveno, Chair in Obstetrics and Gynecology at UT Southwestern Medical Center
Eva Burgos, General Coordinator for the Public Health Institute’s GoJoven Belize Program
Dr. Suzanne Petroni, Vice President of Global Health at the Public Health Institute
This event is co-sponsored by the Public Health Institute, The UT Southwestern Medical Center, and the George W. Bush Institute.
For more information on the event check out: http://dialogue4health.ning.com/events/the-importance-of-women-s-health-in-achieving-global-health