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Women Leaders In Global Health - Transforming Global Health for Equitable Leadership

women leaders in global health 

Transforming Global Health for Equitable Leadership

Wednesday, October 7, 2020

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (MT)

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Interested in global health? Interested in challenging the gender inequities in global health leadership? Join us for this 60-minute interactive dialogue that will strengthen your ability to transform global health leadership. This session will examine:

- The gender gap in global health leadership
- Gender transformative leadership
- Power and privilege in global health
- Women’s movement’s in bringing social change


 The Presenter
Dr. Roopa Dhatt is a passionate advocate for gender equality in global health and a leading voice in the movement to correct the gender imbalance in global health leadership. She is also a practicing Internal Medicine physician in Washington, D.C. Dr. Dhatt is particularly committed to addressing issues of power, privilege, and intersectionality that keep many women from global health leadership roles and to opening up spaces for the voices of these women to be heard. Determined to build a movement to transform women’s leadership opportunities in health, Dr. Dhatt co-founded Women in Global Health in 2015.




This event is hosted by the University of Utah Women Leaders in Global Health Task Force. The task force aims to advance gender equity in global health leadership.


Last Updated: 3/31/21