HHS co-hosts BILL GEORGE as part of Scheller IMPACT Speakers series

HHS co-hosts BILL GEORGE as part of Scheller IMPACT Speakers series

Bill George is professor of management practice at Harvard Business School, where he has taught leadership since 2004. He is the author of four best-selling books: 7 Lessons for Leading in Crisis, True North, Finding Your True North, and Authentic Leadership.  With co-author Doug Baker he recently published True North Groups.

HHS hosts IBM's Rebecca Curzon: Technology and Humanitarian response

HHS hosts IBM's Rebecca Curzon: Technology and Humanitarian response

Rebecca E. Curzon is Senior Program Manager with IBM Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Affairs, with leadership roles in business integration, philanthropy, and volunteer enablement. Ms. Curzon manages IBM’s global strategy in humanitarian disaster response, applying IBM technology, solutions, expertise and innovation to critical needs in the aftermath of disaster; and developing strategic partnerships around mitigation of the effects of disaster using technology for smarter and more resilient cities.

CARE, ACF, and Emory specialists to discuss Climate Change and Humanitarian Aid as part of France-Atlanta partnership

CARE, ACF, and Emory specialists to discuss Climate Change and Humanitarian Aid as part of France-Atlanta partnership

"Climate change and humanitarian aid : local and global stakes in COP21"


Hosted by FRANCE-Atlanta in partnership with Emory University and the Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems at Georgia Tech


Climate change is an aggravating factor of humanitarian crises that poses significant challenges for government and non-government humanitarian actors alike. In 2014, 87% of recorded disasters were climate-related.

2015 Health and Humanitarian Logistics Conference

2015 Health and Humanitarian Logistics Conference

The 2015 Conference on Health and Humanitarian Logistics was held November 18-20, 2015 in South Africa. The conference, now in its seventh year, was held for the first time by the University of Pretoria Gordon Institute of Business Science and co-organized by Georgia Tech, INSEAD, MIT and Northeastern University. The mission of the conference is to stimulate innovation and build capacity to manage global health and humanitarian supply chains around the world.

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