The road to universal health coverage is an increasingly important topic and frequently debated in both domestic and international policy. NGOs and the private sector have an important role in achieving universal health coverage and broader global health goals as well.
Jeff Sturchio, the CEO of Rabin Martin, a global health strategy consulting firm, discussed his work as a global health thought leader and counselor for senior individuals in the private sector, multilateral organizations, governments, NGOS and foundations.
This event was hosted through Georgetown’s Conversations in Global Health course that invites global health professionals to discuss their career paths and major health issues in society. John Monahan and Maeve McKean guide the structured conversation, and the discussion is open to all faculty, students, and staff.
Maeve McKean is the executive director of Georgetown's Global Health Initiative. A lawyer who works at the intersections of global health and human rights. She is a graduate of Georgetown University, jointly earning a law degree from the Law Center and a master’s degree from the Walsh School of Foreign Service.
John Monahan is the senior advisor for global health to President John J. DeGioia; senior fellow, McCourt School of Public Policy; and senior scholar, O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law.