2017

  • 25 Jan 2017
    PAHO Foundation Leadership and FTAG/BOT Members after the January FTAG Meeting

    PAHO Foundations Holds FTAG and Board of Trustees Meetings

    Atlanta, GA (January 25, 2017) – Uniting for Health Innovation’s Technical Advisory Group (FTAG) and Board of Trustees convened in Atlanta, GA January 20-21 2017 to assess last year’s accomplishments and the Foundation’s 2017 plan of action and budget.

    FTAG members met Friday to review 2016 programs, as well as new and continuing initiatives, that include the Women’s Cancer Initiative with IFPMA; antimicrobial resistance (AMR) with Merck, IFPMA, and AMIIF; and Zika with Pfizer Foundation and Clorox.

  • 23 Jan 2017
    PAHO Foundation Board of Trustees and Foundation Technical Advisory Group During the Partnership Engagement VIP Dinner

    PAHO Foundations Convenes Global Business and Public Health Leaders for Partnership Engagement VIP Dinner

    Atlanta, GA (January 23, 2017) – Uniting for Health Innovation held its Partnership Engagement VIP Dinner, bringing together public health and business leaders from internationally recognized organizations based in Atlanta, GA. The Foundation welcomed leadership from local organizations, including CDC Foundation, the Taskforce for Global Health, MedShare, the Jane Fonda Center for Adolescent Health and Delta Airlines.

    The event included opening remarks from Veronica Edwards, Uniting for Health Innovation Board of Trustees Chair, and Dr. Jennie Ward-Robinson, Uniting for Health Innovation President and CEO, with special speeches from Hector Valle Mesto, Founder, INNOVASALUD, and the Honorable Dr. Patricia Garcia, Minister of Health, Peru.

  • 20 Jan 2017
    PAHO Foundation Washington, DC to Atlanta, GA Move

    Uniting for Health Innovation Relocates Offices from Washington, DC to Atlanta, GA

    Atlanta, GA (January 20, 2017) – Uniting for Health Innovation recently moved its office headquarters from Washington, DC to new quarters in Atlanta, GA.

    The move was necessitated by Uniting for Health Innovation's significant growth in the past few years. After much consideration, Uniting for Health Innovation leadership decided to move to Atlanta, which boasts many benefits, such as its close proximity to the Latin America and Caribbean region and its internationally recognized airport facility. In addition to its new office, Uniting for Health Innovation welcomed additional staff to its rapidly growing team.