Global Health Workshop (March 1, 2013)


Do you have an idea for a program, project, organization, or research study? Unite For Sight's Program Manager will hold a 1/2-day workshop to help you develop and launch your idea. The workshop will focus on effective healthcare delivery and the importance of best practices in global health, successful strategies of social innovation and social entrepreneurship, and mentoring and guidance on how to establish new initiatives and organizations. The workshop will be a small, intimate roundtable forum.

Workshop Schedule: 1:00-5:00pm

About The Instructor

As Unite For Sight's Program Manager, Lanch McCormick manages and implements initiatives in each of Unite For Sight's program divisions.  As the manager of Unite For Sight's Global Health & Innovation Conference and Global Health University, she directs Unite For Sight's initiatives to advance education about global health.  Additionally, she works with and trains Unite For Sight's Global Impact Fellows, who are the next generation of leaders in global health.  Rachel also manages Unite For Sight's research division, which yields public health publications in peer-reviewed journals. Rachel frequently speaks about global health and international development.  Her most recent audiences have included University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Bowdoin College, and Yale University.

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How To Apply

Unite For Sight accepts applications on a rolling basis, and the first qualified applicants will be accepted.

Please submit your application to Lanch McCormick ( with the subject line "Idea Incubator Workshop". Please submit:

The highest quality candidates will be invited to participate in the Idea Incubator Workshop. Applications are promptly reviewed, and applicants will be notified of the decision on their application within one business day of submission of the completed application. In order to hold an applicant's place in the workshop, a course fee of $50 is required within two days of acceptance.

By submitting the course fee, an applicant commits to participating in the workshop, and Unite For Sight confirms the applicant's position in the limited-capacity workshop.