Global Health Corps Receives Catalytic Gift of $6M
Global Health Corps is the proud recipient of a catalytic gift of $6M from MacKenzie Scott and Dan Jewett. This gift is an endorsement of the belief that GHC was founded on in 2009: that investing in a generation of diverse leaders committed to advancing health equity can save and improve lives.
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GHC was founded on the belief that leadership is the greatest lever for change in global health.

Our leadership development program cultivates undervalued but critical leadership traits for a changing world: systems and design thinking, collaboration, humility, empathy, storytelling, iteration, and adaptiveness. We train our leaders to become more effective while also strengthening their ability to work together across borders and boundaries of all kinds to drive systemic change.


total fellows and alumni comprise the GHC network.

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of fellows and alumni have spoken publicly, published writing, or participated in advocacy efforts this year.

What We're Building:





Developing proximate, equity-driven leaders to their full potential is a powerful lever for change in global health, during and beyond crises.

Fellowship Programs

The GHC fellowships identify and nurture talented young leaders with a wide range of skill sets and backgrounds. Fellows work within health organizations in Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, the U.S., and Zambia. Throughout the yearlong fellowship and beyond, they access robust training, mentorship, coaching, resources, and integration into GHC’s global network. 

Our Diverse


of GHC leaders
identify as women.


of GHC leaders identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or people of color. 


of GHC leaders
are African nationals.

Our Alumni Program

The fellowship is just the beginning for GHC leaders. Alumni participate in GHC’s curated leadership development offerings, including: management and advocacy training; access to mentorship and coaching; speaking and writing opportunities; seed funding, and more. The program propels their careers, strengthens their capacity, and fosters collaboration for greater impact on health systems.