Women Leaders in Global Health

Our editorial team sits down with the women shaping global health today

Women Leaders in Global Health

Three women discuss why they chose a career in global health and what inspired them to become leaders

Choosing to Make a Change

Dr. Helene Gayle on her trailblazing career and the questions she still ponders


Why I Stay: Haiti's Fight for Health Care

GHESKIO, a long-standing health organization, continues the battle to provide care amid disasters and violence in Haiti


Harlem to Harare

Dr. Mary Bassett on how her upbringing and decades in Africa influenced her thinking about health in the United States


Road Safety in Lusaka

Mayor Chilando Chitangala on road safety, public health, and her political ambitions


Kenya's Greatest Sickle Cell Disease Advocate

Lea Kilenga Masamo is destigmatizing a rare genetic condition to improve care for forgotten patients


Finally "Inside," New Office of Global Affairs Director Is Looking Out

Loyce Pace gives a glimpse into her role in the Biden Administration


Changing the Course of Cancer in Mongolia

Inspired by her physician grandmother, Dr. Tsetsegsaikhan Batmunkh has strived to improve care in the East Asian nation 


Transforming Freetown After War

An interview with Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr, mayor of Sierra Leone's capital city


Rising from the Ashes

An interview with Phoenix, Arizona, Mayor Kate Gallego