Applications are now open for GHC's 2022-2023 fellowship cohort!

We are searching for 60 changemakers from Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, and Zambia to join our dynamic community. Roles are available in a variety of functional areas (most with no previous health experience required). 

Pauly Rodney to Chair GHC's Board of Directors

The Senior Vice President and Head of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Raines International will step up as Co-founder Barbara Bush transitions from Chair to Board Member.

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What We're Building:

Diverse
Community

Excellent
Leaders

Connected
Leaders

Influential
Leaders

Who leaders are and how they operate can be a matter of life and death for the communities they serve, especially during crises. GHC is mobilizing our network of leaders as a powerful antidote to the effects of COVID-19.

Our
Fellowship Program

The GHC fellowship recruits and trains talented young leaders with a wide range of skill sets and backgrounds. Fellows make an impact though 13-month placements in global health organizations in Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, and Zambia. They access robust training, mentorship, coaching, and resources, and engage in GHC’s global network throughout and beyond the fellowship year. 

Our Diverse
Community

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

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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.