Join us for Timmy Global Health’s Annual
Student Leadership Conference
September 8th-10th, 2017
Brown County Inn, Nashville Indiana
Join us for a weekend of learning about global health and ways you can you can lead your chapter in supporting the vital work of Timmy.
Highlights include incredible speakers, workshops, training, networking and other global health education opportunities.
2017 Keynote Speakers
Richard Skolnik is a Yale professor who has more than 40 years experience working in global health and development. Mr. Skolnik spent 25 years at the World Bank, retiring as the Director for Health and Education for the South Asia Region. He has been the Vice President for International Programs at PRB, the Director for Global Health at George Washington University, and the Executive Director of the Harvard PEPFAR Program for AIDS treatment in Botswana, Nigeria and Tanzania. Mr. Skolnik has served on the Technical Review Panel of the Global Fund, and was deeply involved in the establishment of STOP TB. More recently, he worked with the Results for Development Institute on reviews of the financing of HIV in India, Cambodia, and Nigeria. Mr. Skolnik is also the author of the widely used textbook, Global Health 101.
Dr. Dan Palazuelos
Dr. Palazuelos is a co-founder and Chief Strategist of Partners In Health – Mexico. He is an Associate Physician in the Department of Medicine, Assistant Director of the Hiatt Global Health Equity Residency in the Division of Global Health Equity, and a Clinician – Educator Hospitalist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He is also a Cannon Society Global Health Teaching Fellow at Harvard Medical School, and Senior Health and Policy Advisor for Community Health Systems at Partners In Health.
Dr. Hector Carrasco
Dr. Carrasco is a physician and public health professional. He is a DrPH candidate at Harvard University and is consulting for the Pan American Health Organization. As the Community Program’s Coordinator at Partners In Health – Mexico, Dr. Carrasco co-founded and implemented a community health worker program to complement services in rural Mexico.
We hope to see you there!
If you have any questions regarding the event, please contact US Programs Manager, Ali Campbell at email@example.com or 317-920-1822 ext. 3