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What Makes You Come Alive?

Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who come alive. 353 more words

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People in the West have been brought up in a culture of success, where stomach ulcers become status symbols. There is an obsession with achievement, and it seems it does not much matter in what you succeed as long as you do succeed. 1,045 more words

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The Five Pillars of a Strong Global Health Brand

This piece was originally posted on the Global Health Corps blog: http://ghcorps.org/the-five-pillars-of-a-strong-global-health-brand/

If there is one lesson I’ve learned from working at the Global Health Delivery (GHD) Project at Harvard University these last few months, it is that the global health field is full of extremely intelligent individuals that are required to maintain expertise in a variety of interdisciplinary skills. 992 more words


Barbara Bush: 4 tips for aspiring leaders

MPW Insider is one of several online communities where the biggest names in business answer timely career and leadership questions. This week we ask: What advice would you give someone going into a leadership position for the first time? 618 more words


Apply! Global Health Corps Fellowship 2015-2016

 Deadline: February 5th 2015

Global Health Corps provides a yearlong paid fellowship for young professionals from diverse backgrounds to work on the frontlines of the fight for global health equity at existing health organizations and government agencies. 264 more words


The GHC Alumni Agenda

The Global Health movement has grown beyond its earliest ideals, encompassing professionals of all manner and kind. The reality of Ebola, today, shows us that all of us, undeniably, play a part in the health of our communities. 699 more words


Jean Sacha’s Struggle for Education

My name is Jean Sacha Barikumutima. I was born in rural Burundi, a small country in East Africa that’s about the size of Massachusetts. These days, I am part of an international movement of young leaders in public health. 658 more words