Bipartisan Leadership: A Conversation with Trent Lott Tuesday, October 25, 2016 This was part two of an ongoing series regarding the United States federal government’s focus on public health in the U.S. Watch part one with former Senator Thomas Daschle here. Senator Trent Lott represented the people of Mississippi in Congress for 35 years and is one of a handful of officials to have held elected leadership positions in both the House of Representatives and Senate. During his … Continue reading “Trent Lott, former U.S. Senate Majority Leader and Senator from Mississippi”
Leadership In and Out of Government Tuesday, March 8, 2016 This was part one of an ongoing series regarding the United States federal government’s focus on public health in the U.S. Watch part two with former Senator Trent Lott here. Senator Daschle is the Founder and CEO of The Daschle Group, A Public Policy Advisory of Baker Donelson. The Daschle Group is a full-service strategic advisory firm that advises clients on a broad array of economic, policy and political … Continue reading “Thomas Daschle, Former Senator Majority Leader and Founder & CEO of the Daschle Group”
Negotiating Act Three for Global Health on the World’s Stage Thursday, January 28, 2016 Dr. Nils Daulaire served in the Obama Administration as Assistant Secretary for Global Affairs at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and as the United States Representative on the Executive Board of the World Health Organization, as well as Alternate U.S. Board Member to the Global Fund. Earlier, he served in the Clinton Administration as Deputy Assistant Administrator for Policy at the U.S. Agency for … Continue reading “Nils Daulaire, Former Assistant Secretary for Global Affairs, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services”
Valerie Jarrett spoke on Leadership in the White House, discussing her reflections on taking risks, advice for women embarking on their professional careers, and making tough decisions.
Ambassador Angelopoulos discussed leading the 2004 Olympic Games, challenges posed to women in leadership roles, and building an attitude of volunteerism in Greece.
Former President of Mexico, Felipe Calderon, discussed the role of public service, sacrifice, and leadership in tough decision making.
Former Governor Perdue discussed her career path, strategies for making decisions when the results will be unpopular, ethical leadership, and how she worked to decrease teen smoking in a state with a prominent tobacco industry.
Battling the Future of National Health Service in the UK Lord Nigel Crisp is an independent crossbench member of the House of Lords in London, England, where he speaks mainly on global health and international development. He was Chief Executive of the National Health Service in England—the largest health organization in the world with 1.3 million employees—and Permanent Secretary of the UK Department of Health between 2000 and 2006. Previously he had been Chief Executive of the Oxford Radcliffe Hospital … Continue reading “Lord Nigel Crisp, Former Chief Executive of the National Health Service, and Former Permanent Secretary of the UK Department of Health”
Leadership in Sensitive International Missions Bill Richardson completed his second term as Governor of New Mexico in 2010. Governor Richardson moved New Mexico forward in several important areas, including making New Mexico the “Clean Energy State” by requiring that utilities meet 20% of New Mexico’s electrical demand from renewable sources and expanding access to quality health care by implementing several initiatives that provide affordable coverage solution options for every child under the age of 12 years old. In his former … Continue reading “Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson”