I’m thrilled to share that 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. It’s also a vote of confidence in GHC’s proven model of leadership development: providing robust training, experiential learning, coaching and mentorship, and access to a global network early and often.
As an organization rooted in collaboration and aspiring towards collective leadership, we extend our sincere thanks to the countless community members, partners, supporters, and friends who have journeyed with us towards realizing health equity through leadership.
With the ongoing investment of our supporters, this gift will allow GHC to:
This is a milestone for our movement at a pivotal time. In the wake of COVID-19, the need for more effective leaders to strengthen health systems is clear. At GHC, we’re committed to meeting that need and we’re just getting started. (Full press release here.)
Let’s build on this momentum and keep going, together. A generation of leaders realizing health as a human right for all is within our reach.
CEO, Global Health Corps
“We founded Global Health Corps in 2009 to close the gap between millions of people dying from preventable causes and talented young people looking to change that. GHC today is a powerful network of health equity leaders, and Scott’s gift will help strengthen and expand it for greater impact.”
—Barbara Bush, GHC Co-Founder & Board Member