Tue, Nov 13|
The Task Force for Global Health
Governing Global Health: Global Health Advocacy in the 116th Congress
Join us for a discussion about how this shifting landscape may affect global health and foreign assistance, and how Georgia-based advocates can help.
Time & Location
Nov 13, 2018, 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
The Task Force for Global Health, 330 W Ponce de Leon Ave, Decatur, GA 30030, USA
About the event
In the next four months, the global health community has a lot at stake. Proposed federal spending cuts, an Administration at war with itself on U.S. engagement globally, and a 116th Congress that will bring a lot of new faces to Capitol Hill. Join us for a discussion about how this shifting landscape may affect global health and foreign assistance, and how Georgia-based advocates can help.
Networking reception to precede the panel. Beverages and small bites provided.
- Brandon Ball, Senior Lead, Congressional Relations, PATH
- Danielle Heiberg, Senior Advocacy Manager, Global Health Council
- Jeremy R. Tolbert, Outreach Director – Southeast, U.S. Global Leadership Coalition
- Porter DeLaney, Founding Partner, Kyle House Group (moderator)
Global Health Technologies Coalition
This event will be streamed. Stay tuned for details.