GHIC 2020: Global Health & Innovation Conference
April 4-5, 2020
Yale University, New Haven, CT

March 28-29, 2015- Confirmed Conference Speaker

The conference will include 300 speakers who will present lectures and workshops about:

Keynote addressesPhilanthropy, investment, and organizational management
Business in global healthResearch, monitoring, and evaluation in global health
Design thinkingSocial enterprises
Environment, energy, and agricultureSocial entrepreneurship
Film, photography, art & global healthSocial media and marketing
Healthcare delivery modelsSurgery & global health
Health policy and advocacyTechnology in global health

Health education and university education

Water and sanitation
Maternal and child health"Advice from the experts" panels
Mental healthInteractive workshops
Non-communicable diseasesStudent leaders in global health
Patient-centered initiativesSocial Impact Labs
 Information sessions

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The conference will include 300 speakers, and the confirmed speakers to date include:

Keynote Addresses

Business Principles in Global Health Speakers

Design Thinking Speakers

Environment Health, Energy, Food and Agriculture Speakers

Film, Photography, Art & Global Health Speakers

Healthcare Delivery Models and Impact Measurement

University Education Initiatives in Global Health and Social Entrepreneurship Speakers

Health Policy & Advocacy

Maternal and Child Health Speakers

Mental and Neurological Health Speakers

Other Non-Communicable Diseases Speakers

Patient-Centered Initiatives Speakers

Research, Monitoring, and Evaluation Speakers

Philanthropy, Investment, and Organizational Management Speakers

Social Enterprise Speakers

Social Entrepreneurship Speakers

Social Media & Marketing Speakers

Surgery & Global Health Speakers

Technology in Global Health Speakers

Water and Sanitation Speakers

"Advice From The Experts" Panels

Interactive Workshops

Information Session Speakers

Student Leaders in Global Health Speakers

Social Impact Labs

The Social Impact Labs are a unique opportunity for selected speakers to present their new idea in the format of a 5-minute pitch. All of the presentations are ideas that are being developed, meaning that the ideas are in the brainstorming, early development, or early implementation stage.  Following each presenter’s 5-minute pitch, there is a 20-minute period for discussion and coaching with two expert speakers, questions, answers, and feedback from the audience.  The conference audience has the opportunity to hear about cutting-edge ideas from the pitch presenters, while also learning from the guidance, advice, and expertise of the expert panelists. Each Social Impact Lab consists of two expert panelists and three social enterprise pitch presenters.

Interested in presenting a social enterprise pitch? Review complete details and application instructions at

Pitch Presenters:

Social Impact Lab Expert Panelists: