CFHI Alumni Advisory Board (AAB)
The Alumni Advisory Board provides CFHI alumni an opportunity to continue to engage in Global Health, develop leadership skills and experience, network, and provide the alumni voice to CFHI's organization.
The AAB is made up of 17 members, all former participants of CFHI’s Global Health Education Programs. The board members vary in age and professional background, and include social entrepreneurs, medical students, physicians, public health researchers, and pharmaceutical leaders. Amongst the board’s members is a former Clinton Fellow, White House Fellow, and Schweitzer Fellows Recipient. Together, they make up an accomplished group of global health leaders committed to advancing CFHI’s mission and supporting underserved communities both at home and abroad.
Applications for the 2019-2020 Alumni Advisory Board has closed. Please check back next year to apply!
Board Vice Chair
The Executive Committee takes leadership of the AAB. Specifically, the committee is responsible for leading board meetings and for maintaining a close working relationship with CFHI.
Contribute to a committee by emailing AlumniAdvisoryBoard@cfhi.org
Outreach & Recruitment Co-Chairs
The Outreach & Recruitment Committee act as the spokespeople for CFHI, spreading the word about CFHI’s programs and building new partnerships through live program info webinars, in-person meetings and events, etc. In addition, the committee oversees the selection of CFHI scholarship recipients.
Marketing & Communications Co-Chairs
The Marketing & Communications Committee contributes to CFHI’s social media pages (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instragram, LinkedIn). The committee publishes a bimonthly alumni newsletter, and authors blog posts and press releases on topics involving global health.
Sign up for the alumni newletter by emailing email@example.com
Alumni Engagement Chair
The Alumni Engagement Committee mobilizes CFHI’s alumni to get involved in various aspects of the organization. This includes overseeing a pilot mentor/mentee program, raising support for various community health projects, developing an ongoing relationship with CFHI international partners, and organizing alumni gatherings. In addition the Engagement Committee is responsible for recruiting new board members when AAB seats are made available.
The Research Committee collaborates with CFHI on researching areas within global health relevant to CFHI's efforts, participating on research projects when available, and further developing CFHI research-focused programming.
Get involved with the Research Committe through CFHI's Virtual Internship in Global Health Education.