The Faces of Global Health Event Series
The Task Force for Global Health’s Council for Opportunity, Diversity & Equity (CODE) presents a series of events called “The Faces of Global Health.” After a June 2020 staff forum on racial injustice related to the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and others, CODE was formed for The Task Force to become a role model in our local and global communities by being actively engaged in equity efforts, and to help achieve equity in our organization and community through education, action and public health. CODE works both internally and externally to improve diversity and inclusion.
“The Faces of Global Health” series is meant to share the experiences of diverse global health professionals and for attendees to walk away from the sessions with the confidence that there is a place for everyone in global health, regardless of your background, knowing that success in global health is not limited to one specific group. We want you to feel reassured that your experiences are not unique to you and that there are others with similar backgrounds in the field of global health, who have similar experiences, that you can lean on for support. All events are free and open to the public.
Next event details coming soon!
Women in Leadership
When: Tuesday, March 23, 2021 at 1 PM (EST)
In honor of Women’s History Month, The Task Force, Women in Global Health GA, U.S.A., and Georgia Global Health Alliance held a virtual panel discussion that focused on the experiences of women in leadership in the field of public health to amplify the stories of women in global health.
Let’s Talk About Being Black in Public Health
When: Thursday, February 18, 2021 at 1PM (EST)
This facilitated panel discussion featured Task Force colleagues from diverse backgrounds, showcasing how different perspectives and experiences make our work more successful. In honor of Black History Month, February’s panel will focus on the experiences of our Black colleagues. This event is open to our community as a way to amplify Black stories in global health.