One Person Can Make a Difference: Confronting Today’s Global Health Challenges

November 13, 2016
5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Graham Chapel, Danforth Campus

Barbara Pierce Bush, daughter of President George Bush, is a leader in the field of global health and an advocate for human rights, including the right to health and rights for LGBTQ individuals. She will speak about pressing global health issues and what motivated her to found Global Health Corps, an organization that places fellows with a diverse array of skills around the world to deliver health solutions to those who do not have ready access to quality care. Building upon her entrepreneurial experience and the experiences of those on the front lines delivering care, Bush shows how everyone has the ability to give back—not only on the global stage but in their own communities as well.

Bush’s speech will start at 5pm in Graham Chapel on November 13th. The event will include a speech, question and answer session, and meet and greet with reception afterwards.

Event Sponsors: GlobeMed