Senior Leadership Fellows generally teach a half-semester course at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Each course is unique and reflects the individual fellow’s career and leadership.
These courses will focus on various leadership challenges in areas such as, politics and public health, health equity, policy implementation, poverty and access to healthcare, and universal health coverage.
Leadership will function as the common thread highlighted in each course.
FALL 2015 COURSES
Instructor: Gabriel Jaramillo, former general manager of the Global Fund To Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
Wednesdays (Oct 28-Dec 16) | 8:30-10:20 A.M. | Kresge 201
Former Menschel Fellow, Gabriel Jaramillo, will return to Harvard Chan to teach his highly popular leadership development course. This course will cover selected topics in transforming the Global Fund, and Mr. Jaramillo will discuss management and political strategies that he used to help the Global Fund recover its solvency. Additionally, students will learn how sound institutional financial practices and policies result in better institutional guidelines to save lives. Students will have the opportunity to apply the lessons learned in this class to other institutions, both global and domestic.
Read more about Mr. Jaramillo here.
Eligibility to enroll: These courses are offered for a grade or audit, and are open to all Harvard University students who can register through the standard registration process. Students from schools other than Harvard Chan must cross-register through the Harvard University Course Catalog. These courses will fill on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Interested undergraduates must first get approval from their degree program, and can take these courses for a letter-grade only.