Securing HOPE - Exploring the intersections of global health & national security: HIV & Ebola

Join YPFP and Project HOPE NEXTGen on February 4th for an evening of networking and a robust discussion on challenges facing the global health and national security communities when addressing health and humanitarian crises such as Ebola and HIV.        

The event will begin with a networking cocktail reception followed by introductory remarks by Dr. Christine Sow, Executive Director of the Global Health Council, and an expert panel moderated by Steve Chenevey, Fox5 News Morning Anchor & GoodDay DC Host.  The panel is featuring some of the most respected names in the national security and global health fields including: 

  • Dr. Thomas Kenyon – President & CEO of Project HOPE
  • Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins – Coordinator of Threat Reduction Programs with the Department of State
  • BethAnne Moskov – Coordinator of the Global Health Ebola Team & Deputy Director of the Office of Health, Infectious Disease and Nutrition with USAID
  • Anne Witkowsky, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Stability and Humanitarian Affairs, Department of Defense

The panel will explore the role of cross-sector collaboration in strengthening the international response to epidemics as well as how to engage the next generation of leaders in the future of global health security. 

For more information on event details, please send an email to nextgen@projecthope.org.  We hope you can join us!   


About Project HOPE NEXTGen: 

The Project HOPE NEXTGeneration Leadership Board (NEXTGen) is a group of young professionals, innovators and entrepreneurs committed to ensuring the legacy of Project HOPE (Health Opportunities for People Everywhere) for the next generation.  Founded in New York City in 2013 and then expanded to DC in 2015, the NEXTGen Boards mobilize their networks and help raise awareness of the global impact of Project HOPE’s work and its mission to provide lasting solutions to health problems around the world.  Project HOPE is currently active in more than 30 countries, delivering health care, health education and training, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief.  For more information, visit www.projecthope.org.    

Schedule for the evening

  • 6pm: Cocktails, Hors D’oeuvres & Networking
  • 6:30pm – 8pm:  Panel Discussion followed by Q&A

This event is open to the public.  


February 04, 2016 at 6pm - 8pm
National Press Club
529 14th St NW
Washington, DC 20045
United States
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