Leading big changes in global health requires systems thinking, a desire to work outside of silos and across cultures—and humility, says Barbara Bush, CEO and founder of Global Health Corps. In a wide-ranging discussion, Bush compares notes with Krishna Rao, PhD, MSc, a…

The WHO’s senior leadership team will now be 60% women.   The elite group of 14 working under Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus includes 2 female deputy directors: India’s former health secretary Soumya Swaminathan and Jane Ellison, once a UK parliamentary health…

This fall, Stanford Medicine will launch its Women Leaders in Global Health conference to nurture women at all stages of their global health careers. Michele Barry, director of Stanford’s Center for Innovation in Global Health, created the event after attending a Nairobi…

We’re shocked, too. As The Economist memorably puts it, “Watch out, world:  Donald Trump wins the presidential election.”