GHIC 2017: Global Health & Innovation Conference
April 22-23, 2017
Yale University, New Haven, CT

March 28-29, 2015 - Last Year's Conference Schedule

Check out last year's Global Health & Innovation Conference schedule, and stay tuned for the 2016 schedule!

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Saturday, 7:00am: Check-in and Registration Begins (Shubert)

Saturday, 7:45-8:00am: Opening Remarks (Shubert)

Saturday, 8:00-8:45am: Keynote Address (Shubert)

Saturday, 8:50-9:35am: Keynote Address (Shubert)

Saturday, 9:40-10:25am: Keynote Address (Shubert)

Saturday, 10:40am-12:10pm

Shubert: Development and Impact

CoopAuditorium: Mental and Neurological Health

CoopHall: Clinic-Based Social Impact Lab

Social Enterprise Pitches:

  • "Self-Sustaining Healthcare: How to Bring Quality, Accessible Healthcare to the Developing World," Michael O'Neal, International Director, Palmetto Medical Initiative
  • "Improving Healthcare Access in Haitian Villages through a Community-Centered Clinic and Approach," Manrose Singh, Director of Health Initiative, Vassar Haiti Project, Vassar College
  • "The Best of Both Worlds: Maintaining a Sustainable Funding Model to Increase Access to Eye Care in Rural India," Chelsea Mazur, MBA, Hospital Operations Consultant, Kalinga Eye Hospital, NYSASDRI, India
  • "Universal Provision of Anesthesia Services (UPAS)," Jennifer Ngo, Undergraduate Student, University of Pennsylvania

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Scott Corlew, Global Health Consultant
  • Tricia Bolender, Global Health and Leadership Consultant; Faculty, Institute for Healthcare Improvement

LC101: Responsible Global Engagement and Education

LC102: mHealth Technology Social Impact Lab

Social Enterprise Pitches:

  • "Mobile Health for Surgical Follow Up: A Global Innovation," Alexi Matousek, Global Health Equity Resident in Surgery, The Center for Surgery and Public Health, Brigham and Women's Hospital, The Program in Global Surgery and Social Change Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School
  • "CD3 Disease Surveillance: A Novel SMS-Based Disease Surveillance System in Rural Vietnam," Benjamin Campbell, Director of Operations, CD3 Disease Surveillance
  • "A Solution to the Barriers of Implementation of Mobile Health Technologies in Clinics of Rural Northern Madagascar," Michelle Webb, Undergraduate, Azusa Pacific University; President and Co-Founder, mHealth Technology

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Paul Ellingstad, Director of Human Progress Initiatives, HP Corporate Affairs, Hewlett-Packard
  • Bobby Jefferson, Director Informatics, Futures Group

LC211: Capacity Building Interactive Workshop

LC317: Measuring Impact Interactive Workshop

Loria250: Exploring Non-Communicable Diseases

LoriaB51:Social Business Interactive Workshop

WLH116: Community-Based Social Impact Lab

Social Enterprise Pitches:

  • "Nina's Place: Giving Underserved Women the Necessary Skills and Tools Needed to Succeed in the Beauty Industry," Nsawa Madalena Francisco, Graduate Student in Social Entrepreneurship and Change, Pepperdine University
  • "Creating a Community Library in Rural Deschapelles, Haiti," Jenifer Grant, Founder and Board Member, Sister Cities Essex Haiti; VP Coordinator of Projects in Deschapelles, Haiti
  • "START: Hands-on Student-Led STEM Education in Zimbabwe," Yair Saperstein, Founder and Director, START
  • "Inclusive Healthcare Innovation Student Platform: Igniting Student-Driven Innovation in Healthcare," Eldi van Loggerenberg, Project Coordinator at Inclusive Healthcare Innovation; Medical Student, University of Cape Town

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Dean Cycon, Founder and CEO, Dean's Beans Organic Coffee Co.
  • Seth Wanye, MD, Ophthalmologist and Medical Director, Friends Eye Clinic, Ghana

WLH119: Maternal and Child Health

WLH208: Technology Social Impact Lab

Social Enterprise Pitches:

  • "Digital Badging for the Professional Development of Health Care Workers Globally," Angela McCrone, Marketing and Development Associate and Global Health Corps Fellow, Global Health Delivery Project at Harvard University
  • "College Peer Corps: Improving College Completion Rates for Underrepresented Communities through Virtual Peer Networks," Candis Best, Founder and CEO, Learningateway
  • "Motherhood Savings Today (MOST): A Microfinance Intervention to Improve Birth Outcomes and Early Childhood Development," Kunmi Sobowale, Co-Founder, MOST: Motherhood Savings Today
  • "Building Locally-Focused Groups of Engineers for Global Development," Kartik Kulkarni, Chair, Steering Committee, IEEE Sight - Special Interest Groups on Humanitarian Technology

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Andy Bryant, Executive Director, Segal Family Foundation
  • Jordan Levy, Chief External Relations Officer, Ubuntu Education Fund

Saturday, 12:20-1:00pm: Keynote Address by Video (Shubert)

Saturday, 12:10-1:10pm: Lunch

Saturday, 1:10-1:40pm: Lunch, Poster, and Networking Session

Saturday, 1:40-3:10pm

Shubert: Quality: What Works, and What Doesn't?

CoopAuditorium: Social Impact Investing

CoopHall: Global Health Technology Social Impact Lab

Social Enterprise Pitches:

  • "Implementing a New Blood-Based Immune Biomarker Test for Improved TB Diagnosis," Resmi Ravindran, Scientist, Clinical Proteomics Program, University of California, Davis
  • "SolarDx: Solar Powered PCR for Point of Care Diagnostics," Onyx Adegbola, A'as
  • "MEDSINC: Expanding Global Access to Healthcare for Children," Barry Finette, Founder and CEO THINKmd, Inc., Professor of Pediatrics, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics Director, Global Health and Humanitarian Opportunity Program, University of Vermont
  • "PremieBreathe: Developing a Low-Cost Respiratory Aid for Neonates," Katelyn Chan, Head Biomedical Engineer, PremieBreathe

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • David Barash, Executive Director, Global Health Portfolio and Chief Medical Officer, GE Foundation
  • Eva Harris, Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology; Director, Center for Global Public Health, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley

LC101: Surgery and Global Health

LC102: Advice From The Experts Panel: Tools for Responsible Global Engagement

LC211: Narrative Justice Interactive Workshop

LC317: Measuring Impact Interactive Workshop

Loria250: Design Thinking and Innovation

LoriaB51:Student Leaders in Global Health: Child Health

WLH116: Community-Based Social Impact Lab

Social Enterprise Pitches:

  • "The Health Shops and Clinics: An Innovative Model for Community-Based Primary Care in Tanzania," Ravi Solanki, President of the Cambridge Development Initiative; MB/PhD Student, Trinity College, University of Cambridge, England
  • "Prisoner Health is a Community Health: The New Mexico Peer Education Project," Miranda Sedillo, Program Manager, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center - Project ECHO
  • "Improving Social Capital and Health Through Substance Abuse Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) in Zambia," Katharine Austin, Kingdom Workers Lutheran Health Alliance
  • "Emergency Public Health and Social Support Intervention Package for Internally-Displaced Persons in Kyiv, Ukraine," Yuliya Chorna, Executive Director of International HIV/AIDS and TB Institute

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Cal Bruns, CEO/Chief Creative Incubationist, Matchboxology
  • Georgia Sambunaris, Global Health Consultant

WLH119: Health and Development Innovations

WLH208: Maternal and Child Health Social Impact Lab

Social Enterprise Pitches:

  • "Diagnosing Pregnancy Complications in Resource-Poor Regions," Leanne Tran, JD, MD, Research Fellow, Diagnostic Imaging, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto Canada
  • "An Effective Program to Promote Family Planning and Reduce Maternal Mortality in Afghanistan," Rohina Amiri, MPH Candidate, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • "Menstrual Hygiene Management: A Social Venture’s Approach to Improving the Psychological, Physical, and Economic Well-Being of Adolescent Girls in India," Rebecca Scharfstein, Co-Founder and Executive Director (US), Pasand
  • "Every Child's Milestone," Kimberly Sy, Co-Founder and Co-Program Developer, Every Child's Milestone

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Charles MacCormack, President Emeritus, Save the Children; Executive Chair, Health MDG Alliance
  • Kala Mehta, DSc, MPH, Faculty Affiliate, Global Supply Chain Management Forum, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Assistant Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of California, San Francisco

Saturday, 3:30-5:00pm

Shubert: Innovations in Healthcare Delivery

CoopAuditorium: Building Social Enterprises and Social Businesses

CoopHall: Technology and Health Education Social Impact Lab

Social Enterprise Pitches:

  • "ProofPilot: Running an Evaluation or Trial on a Shoestring Budget," Matthew Amsden, Co-Founder and CEO, ProofPilot, Inc.
  • "Mobile Mentors: Accessible Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation for the World," Jonathan Sigworth, Co-Founder and Director, ESCIP Trust India - Empowering Spinal Cord Injured Persons
  • "Inclusive and Interactive Sexuality Education on the Internet for Young Adults With Intellectual and Other Disabilities," Donna Bernert, School of Health Sciences, Kent State University
  • "Creating and Implementing Cancer Awareness Programs for Factory Workers in Vietnam," Carolyn Taylor, President and Founder, Global Focus on Cancer

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Gary Cohen, President and Co-Founder, Health Care Without Harm
  • Martin Gordon, Emeritus Chairman and Lifetime Trustee, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library Board; Prior Clinical Professor of Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine
  • Chris Underhill, Founder, BasicNeeds

LC101: Aid and Development

LC102: Child Health and Clinic-Based Social Impact Lab

Social Enterprise Pitches:

  • "The Uganda Training Alliance: Building Sustainable Surgical Care for Children," Damian Duffy, Executive Director, Department of Pediatric Surgery, BC Children's Hospital, University of British Columbia
  • "An Innovative and Low-Cost Solution for Clubfoot Treatment: The Miraclefeet Brace," Lucy Topaloff, Program Coordinator, miraclefeet
  • "High-Impact Initiatives for Children with Disabilities in Low-Income Countries: The Missing Piece in Development," Michaela Cisney, Executive Director and Co-founder, Priyam Global Initiative
  • "Evaluation of Combination HIV Prevention Interventions," Julia Dickson-Gomez, Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Deputy Director, Center for AIDS Intervention Research Medical College of Wisconsin

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Jane Aronson, MD, President and CEO, Worldwide Orphans Foundation; Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Cornell Weill Medical College and Columbia University
  • Charles MacCormack, President Emeritus, Save the Children; Executive Chair, Health MDG Alliance

LC211: Media Design Interactive Workshop

LC317: Global Health Ethics Interactive Workshop

Loria250: Global Health Technology

LoriaB51:Innovation in Primary Care Interactive Workshop

WLH116: Pediatric Care Interactive Workshop

WLH119: Water, Sanitation, and Environmental Health Social Impact Lab

Social Enterprise Pitches:

  • "Skilling South Asia to Overcome the Arsenic and Fluoride Water Crisis,"Minhaj Chowdhury, CEO and Co-Founder, Drinkwell
  • "Creating Demand for Improved Sanitation in Port au Prince, Haiti through Community Health Clubs," Jason Rosenfeld, Lakou la Sante Foundation
  • "Engineering a Better Sanitation Method for Reusable Water Bottles," James Golden, Director of Water Engineering, Water Ecuador

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Lisa Hirschhorn, Director of Implementation and Improvement Science, Ariadne Labs; Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, Harvard Medical School
  • Sasha Kramer, Co-founder and Executive Director, SOIL; Adjunct Professor of International Studies, University of Miami

WLH208: Family Health Social Impact Lab

Social Enterprise Pitches:

  • "Behavioral Economics for Innovations in Family Planning and Reproductive Health," Karina Lorenzana, Senior Associate, ideas42
  • "Preventing Unplanned Pregnancies: A New Approach & Solution Using Smart Data," Leslie Heyer, Founder & President, Cycle Technologies
  • "Training Kenyan Farmers to Teach HIV Prevention and Sex Education in Their Communities," Phylis Nasubo Magina, Managing Director, The ABCs of Sex Education: Kufanya Uamuzi Bora
  • "HEAL-Panama: How Performing Arts & Cross-Sector Partnerships Can Help Reduce Teen Pregnancy," Andres Marquez-Lara, Founder & Passion Catalyst, Promethean Community LLC

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Andy Bryant, Executive Director, Segal Family Foundation
  • Georgia Sambunaris, Global Health Consultant

Saturday, 5:20-6:50pm

Shubert: Health Systems Strengthening

CoopAuditorium: Educational Media For Health Improvements

CoopHall: Social Business Social Impact Lab

Social Enterprise Pitches:

  • "Urban Pastoral Collective: Produce & Progress," J.J. Reidy, Co-Founder and CEO, Urban Pastoral Collective
  • "Sustainable Agriculture Kits: Empowering Rural Farmers in Nepal," Eamonn McGuinty, MSc Candidate, University of Guelph
  • "WEWE: Worldwide Empowerment of Women Engineers," Mikayla Wickman, Global Women's Health Technologies Undergraduate Fellow, Duke University
  • "Women for Women's Healthy Empowerment," Love Odetola, Founder and CEO, Women for Women Empowerment

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Dean Cycon, Founder and CEO, Dean's Beans Organic Coffee Co.
  • Rodney North, The Answer Man - Information for the Public and Media, Equal Exchange Coop
  • Joe Whinney, Founder and CEO, Theo Chocolate, Inc.

LC101: Measurement and Research in Global Health

LC102: Advice From The Experts Panel: Funding For Programs and Organizations

LC211: Measuring Impact Interactive Workshop

LC317: Lessons in Scaling Interactive Workshop

Loria250: Mobile Technology in Global Health

LoriaB51:Student Leaders in Global Health: Community-Based Research

WLH116: Clinic-Based Social Impact Lab

Social Enterprise Pitches:

  • "The Mercy Health Promoter Model: A Paradigm for Just Healthcare Delivery in Undocumented Immigrant Populations," Marissa Tremoglie, Undergraduate Research Fellow, The Institute of Catholic Bioethics, Saint Joseph's University
  • "Make Nurse-Led Innovation Happen: Activating Frontlines Innovation in a Decentralized and Scalable Manner," Jacqueline Sanders, Founder and CEO, Purple Carrot Idea Farm
  • "International Nursing Program (INP): Improving Critical Care Capacity in Low Resource Settings through Nursing Education and Training," Lia Golden, Founder and Executive Directer of the International Nursing Program (INP), University of Washington Medical Center
  • "Personal Health Module with Socialized and Interactive Data," David Landers, Vice Chairman Heart Hospital of Hackensack University Medical Center

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Scott Corlew, Global Health Consultant
  • Martin Gordon, Emeritus Chairman and Lifetime Trustee, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library Board; Prior Clinical Professor of Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine

WLH119: Technology Social Impact Lab

Social Enterprise Pitches:

  • "Financial and Social Inclusion: Moving Forward in Fragile States," Willem van de Put, Director, HealthNet TPO
  • "The Global Health Watch: A Non-Profit for Accountability in Global Health and Development," Abraar Karan, Medical Student, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
  • "The JeffCRISP Platform: A Story of Dating for International Development," Nithin Paul, Co-Founder, JeffCRISP
  • "Project Orchid: A 2D/3D Open Science-Open Data Innovation Collaboration Platform for Virtual Multi-National Clinical Trial Research, Knowledge Management, and Public Health Innovation Modeling Initiatives," Kimberly Harding, President, Monarch Innovation Partners, Inc.

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Paul Ellingstad, Director of Human Progress Initiatives, HP Corporate Affairs, Hewlett-Packard
  • Brian Heuser, EdD, MTS, Assistant Professor of the Practice of International Education Policy, Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, Affiliated Faculty, Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health

WLH208: Community-Based Social Impact Lab

Social Enterprise Pitches:

  • "Clean Water For Everyone," Wemimo Abbey, CEO, Clean Water For Everyone
  • "WASH Interventions Improve Health and Livelihood of a Rural Uganda Community,"Jean Semler, President, ChangeALife Uganda
  • "Ashkaravani Community-Based School: Improving Access to Quality Education for Migrant Children in India," Priyanka Surio, Program Manager and Former English Volunteer Teacher, Ashkaravani School
  • "Providing a Stopgap to the Cycle of Violence in the Murder Capital of the World: Building a Public School in San Pedro Sula, Honduras," Michael Mastroianni, Student, College of the Holy Cross

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Jordan Levy, Chief External Relations Officer, Ubuntu Education Fund
  • Sam Daley-Harris, Founder, RESULTS; CEO, Center for Citizen Empowerment and Transformation, A Project of RESULTS Educational Fund

Saturday, 7:15-9:15pm

Innovation & Ideas Evening Networking Reception: This special 2-hour networking reception will convene conference participants who are interested in networking, discussion, collaboration, and intense conversation about global health and innovation. The reception with hors d'oeuvres will be held at the historic Shubert Theater in New Haven, which is the main conference venue.

Sunday, March 29

Sunday, 8:00-8:45am: Keynote Address (Shubert)

Sunday, 8:45-9:35am: Keynote Address (Shubert)

Sunday, 9:45-10:20am: Plenary Panel (Shubert)

Strategies For Success: A Conversation About How To Successfully Create, Build, and Innovate

Sunday, 10:35am-12:05pm

Shubert: Innovations in Social Impact

CoopAuditorium: Advice From The Experts Panel: Strategies for Effective Program Design and Development

CoopHall: Clinic- and Community-Based Social Impact Lab

Social Enterprise Pitches:

  • "Building a Training Center: A Sustainable Method to Increase Healthcare Provider Capacity in Liberia," Mary Chang, Co-Founder, Save a Life
  • "Scale-up of the L+M+G for Midwifery Managers Certificate Course," Katie Martin, Project Associate, Population and Reproductive Health, Management Sciences for Health
  • "Group Antenatal Care: A Potential Model for Displaced Populations," Elizabeth Bates, Medical Student, Jefferson Medical College
  • "Family Support for Homeless Mentally-Ill Women in India," Anita Rao, Medical Student, Loyola Stritch School of Medicine

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • James Clarke, MD, Ophthalmologist and Medical Director, Crystal Eye Clinic, Ghana; Unite For Sight Ghana Medical Director
  • Chris Underhill, Founder, BasicNeeds

LC101: Patient-Centered Healthcare

LC102: Cutting-Edge Ideas in Development: GHIC Innovation Prize Semifinalist Pitches

Learn from the 2-minute social enterprise pitches of 22 semifinalists for the $10,000 and $5,000 GHIC Innovation Prize, which will be awarded to the best two social enterprise pitches.

Semifinalists:

Expert Judges:

LC211: Impact Interactive Workshop

LC317: Grassroots Action Interactive Workshop

Loria250: Global Health and Social Entrepreneurship Education

Loria351:Medical Technology and Medical Education Information Sessions

Organizational information sessions are advertising opportunities for organizations, products, or services, which may be of interest to the audience.

LoriaB51:Student Leaders in Global Health: Clinic-Based Research

Sunday, 12:05-1:15pm: Lunch

Sunday, 1:15-3:15pm

Shubert: Marketing for Impact

CoopAuditorium: Applying Research to Health and Development Improvements

CoopHall: Global Health Technology Social Impact Lab

Social Enterprise Pitches:

  • "Five Problems with Using Bottled Water for Disaster Relief that we can Fix," Corinne Clinch, Co-Founder, Rorus Inc.
  • "Develop Link: Driving Collaboration Between Healthcare Providers in Guatemala," Catherine Flatley, CEO, Develop Link
  • "Preventing Supply Stockouts through Automated Voicemails: Reliefwatch," Daniel Yu, Founder and CEO, Reliefwatch
  • "Vaccine Indicator and Reminder (VIR) Band, Addressing Childhood Immunization Timeliness and Completion," Noor Sabah Rakhshani, Research Scientist, Trust for Vaccines and Immunization
  • "Fair Access Medicines," Jim Wilkins, President, Fair Access Medicines

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Christoph Gorder, Chief Global Water Officer, charity: water
  • Elizabeth Johansen, Director of Product Design and Implementation, Diagnostics For All
  • Rich Leimsider, Vice President of Fellowship Programs, Echoing Green

LC101: Building Local Healthcare Systems

LC102: GHIC 2015's Six Best Cutting-Edge Ideas in Development: GHIC Innovation Prize Finalist Pitches and Judging

Six finalists will be selected from the morning semifinalist session. The finalists will present a 5-minute pitch, which will be followed by 10 minutes of Q&A and dialogue with the expert judges. During the 30 minutes of judge deliberations, the audience will engage in Q&A and dialogue with the finalists.

Expert Judges:

LC211: Design Thinking Interactive Workshop

LC317: Global Health Interactive Workshop

Loria250: Transforming Nutrition and Food Systems

Loria351:Women's Health

LoriaB51:Student Leaders in Global Health: Research Ethics, Maternal and Child Health, and Nutrition

Sunday, 3:30-4:40pm

Shubert: Policy and Diplomacy

CoopAuditorium: Changing the Landscape of Health and Development

CoopHall: Community-Based Empowerment

LC101: Maternal and Family Health

LC102: Global Health Technology

LC211: Nonprofit Leadership Interactive Workshop

LC317: Organizational Management Interactive Workshop

Loria250: Social Justice and Advocacy

Loria351:Unique Approaches to Global Health and Education Organization Information Sessions

Organizational information sessions are advertising opportunities for organizations, products, or services, which may be of interest to the audience.

LoriaB51:Reflecting on Your Global Health Involvement Interactive Workshop