Join us to learn more about Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) and overall considerations as you explore parts of your own career journey. CHAI partners with governments and global health partners to create and sustain high-quality health systems in over 35 countries around the world.
Panelists will share their experiences in a Q&A, and then present a case study where you will have a chance to work on potential solutions, ask questions, and gain insights into decisions around real-world health problems.
- Jessica Kribbs, Associate Director – Health Workforce
- Linda Kusi, Senior Analyst – Sickle Cell Disease
- Rose Martersteck (’16 Health Science), Manager – Malaria
- Martha Mberu, Program Coordinator – Vaccines
- Meley Woldeghebriel, Senior Associate – Malaria
- Marissa Wu, Manager – Essential Medicines
This event is co-sponsored by Career Design and Bouve College of Health Science Student Services.
All students welcome.
“CHAI’s mission is to save lives and reduce the burden of disease in low- and middle-income countries around the world. We aim to strengthen the government and private sector to create and sustain high-quality health systems in the countries where we work. CHAI operates in over 35 countries around the world. More than 125 countries have access to CHAI-negotiated price reductions for medicines, diagnostics, vaccines, devices or other life-saving health products and services.”