Barbara Bush

Barbara Bush is Co-Founder of Global Health Corps (GHC) and  served as GHC’s CEO for its first nine years. Since 2009, GHC has supported over 1,000 young leaders to solve the world’s most pressing global health issues.

Before joining GHC’s founding team, Barbara worked at the Smithsonian Institution’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Red Cross Children’s Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa, and UNICEF in Botswana.

Barbara is a Skoll Foundation Social Entrepreneur, a Draper Richards Kaplan Social Entrepreneur, and a fellow of the Echoing Green Foundation. She serves on a number of boards including the Board of Trustees of Partners In Health and the Board of Directors of Friends of the Global Fight for AIDS, TB, and Malaria. Barbara and her twin sister co-authored the #1 New York Times best-seller Sisters First, along with a children’s book under the same title. Barbara graduated from Harvard Kennedy School with a Master’s degree in Public Administration and from Yale University with a Bachelor’s degree in Humanities.