Global Health Corps has developed
health equity leaders since our founding in 2009.
of partners said fellows met or exceeded the goals of work assignments during their fellowship year.
of alumni remain in the fields of global health or human development.
of alumni reported GHC offerings fostered their leadership development.
of alumni reported their engagement with GHC helped develop their capacity to meet health system needs.
of alumni reported their engagement with GHC helped develop their capacity to advance issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
of fellows and alumni have spoken publicly, published writing, or participated in advocacy efforts this year.
of alumni in GHC’s first four cohorts hold senior-level decision-making positions.
of alumni have collaborated with each other in the past year.
organizations employ more than one alumni.
of alumni were referred to their current job by another GHC community member.
alumni in 8 countries engaged in COVID-19 Collective Action Coalitions.
alumni in 6 countries competed for $40,000 via the GHC & D-Prize Social Entrepreneurship Challenge.
Temie Giwa-Tobuson came to GHC in 2011 with a passion for building health systems that work for society’s most marginalized people, with a focus on maternal health…