The Global Health Council
The Global Health Council, with headquarters in White River Junction, Vermont, and offices in Washington, DC, is the world's largest membership alliance of individuals and organizations dedicated to saving lives by improving health throughout the world.
Broadbridge was retained to organize two outreach events, designed to engage and educate community leaders and concerned citizens, so they will have the ability to understand, advocate and work at the policy and legislative levels on all issues related to global health.
In Vermont, a luncheon and open house was held at the new headquarters for the Global Health Council at 15 Railroad Row in White River Junction. U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy attended the luncheon, held at the Hotel Coolidge. Senator Leahy was the keynote speaker. The Council announced the Leahy Scholarship, established to fund an individual from Vermont to attend the Global Health Council Conference held annually in Washington, DC. Maurice Middleberg, the Council's Vice President of Public Policy announced the formation of the Northern New England Community Network for Global Health.
Healthy Children, Healthy Families: Cleveland & Beyond, a community forum, took place on the evening of August 30, 2006. The forum was preceded by an opening reception sponsored by Save the Children and followed by a dinner underwritten by the Abbott Fund. The Forum was held at the WRIZ Studio 1 Theater in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. A program, listing participants and the moderator, is available here.