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GLOBEMED AT PRINCETON UNIVERSITY 2011-2012 Annual Report

students and communities improving health around the world


GlobeMed is a network of university students that partner with grassroots organizations around the world to improve the health of people living in poverty FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY ARM Orissa, India

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY Medical AIDS Outreach Montgomery, Alabama

UNC-CHAPEL HILL Health Alert Uganda Gulu, Uganda

BETHEL UNIVERSITY Rural Economic Development Association Svay Rieng, Cambodia

GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY RVCP, Butare, Rwanda Community of Hope Washington, D.C.

RHODES COLLEGE A Ministry of Sharing Health and Hope Managua, Nicaragua

UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME PEDA Vientiane, Laos

BOSTON COLLEGE CCC-UNSCH Ayacucho, Peru

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY Primeros Pasos Quetzaltenango, Guatemala

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY Cooperation for Social Services and Development Phnom Penh, Cambodia

UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER Kallpa Iquitos Iquitos, Peru

BROWN UNIVERSITY Ungano Tena Nairobi, Kenya

INDIANA UNIVERSITY CEMOPLAF Cajabamba Cajabamba, Ecuador

TRUMAN STATE UNIVERSITY Maison de Naissance Torbeck, Haiti

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CareNet Ghana Hohoe, Ghana

BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY KIHEFO Kabale, Uganda

LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY Health Development Initiative Kigali, Rwanda

TUFTS UNIVERSITY Nyaya Health Achham, Nepal

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN Clinica Ana Manganaro Guarjila, El Salvador

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY GWED-G Gulu, Uganda

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO Jambi Huasi Otovalo, Ecuador

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO ASPAT Lima, Peru

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Build Your Future Today Center Siem Reap, Cambodia

CORNELL UNIVERSITY CEPAIPA Guayaquil, Ecuador

MIT Women Mobilizing for Development Bokeo, Laos

UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI Social Action for Women Mae Sot, Thailand

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON WDA Phnom Penh, Cambodia

CU-BOULDER HHC, Jawalakhel, Nepal Courage Is Change Denver, Colorado

MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE Gardens for Health International Gasabo, Rwanda

UCLA Nwoya Youth Center Anaka, Uganda

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON COWS Kampong Thom, Cambodia

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE Kachin Women’s Association Thailand Chiang Mai, Thailand

NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Kitovu Mobile AIDS Organization Masaka, Uganda

UNIVERSITY OF DENVER Buddhism and Society Development Association Kampong Cham, Cambodia

VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY Dios es Amor Lima, Peru

DEPAUL UNIVERSITY ASOSAP Alta Verapaz, Guatemala

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY HOPE Center Ho, Ghana

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Tiyatien Health Zwedru, Liberia Joy-Southfield Detroit, Michigan

WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS UDHA Iganga, Uganda

DUKE UNIVERSITY Salud Sin Límites Siuna, Nicaragua

OBERLIN COLLEGE Center for Community Health Promotion Hanoi, Vietnam

UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY KCRC Bushenyi District, Uganda

WHITMAN COLLEGE Burmese Women’s Union Chiang Mai, Thailand

EMORY UNIVERSITY MAP Foundation Chiang Mai, Thailand

PENN STATE UNIVERSITY ACUDESBAL Chiapas, Mexico

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AMHERST COLLEGE Pastoral de La Salud San Salvador, El Salvador


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OUR MISSION

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GlobeMed aims to strengthen the movement for global health equity by empowering students and communities to work together to improve the health of people living in poverty around the world.

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We believe every human life has equal worth and every person deserves the chance to thrive. This belief has drawn together our network of students, communities, and supporters from all walks of life and from every corner of the world. Health for all is within our grasp, but we can only achieve it by working together.


PRESIDENTS’ MESSAGE GlobeMed at Princeton University Dear friends, When asked to pick the one word that best encapsulates our experiences as Co-Presidents of GlobeMed at Princeton, we both struggled to find the right one. When we thought of the year behind us, the amazing times spent drafting letters for our individual giving campaign, baking Valentine’s Day goodies, or laughing as we together paved Princeton’s campus with reflective tape to prepare for our first annual Moonlit Mile, dozens of words kept coming to mind. One word, though, continued to especially remain with us, as it does so today: gratitude. Indeed, gratitude – the gratitude we feel toward our wonderful team of 18 passionate and dedicated Princeton GlobeMedders, our incredibly awe-inspiring partner, the Medical AIDS Outreach of Montgomery, Alabama, our friends and family who helped with our awareness and fundraising campaigns, and (of course) the GlobeMed National Office – is the most perfect word to describe our year. We wouldn’t be where we are today without your support, and we thank you so much for everything. Dr. Paul Farmer, founder of Partners in Health and inarguably one of the leading humanitarians of our age, once stated, “A social justice approach should be central to medicine and utilized to be central to public health.” It is this approach that the members of GlobeMed and the global health world at large have adopted as their own, upholding the conviction that health is an unquestionable human right. Often, however, many Americans committed to global health efforts neglect to see the dire health inequities pervasive throughout their own backyard. To be sure, just as developing countries are plagued by health and social justice problems, so is the United States. Every nine-and-a-half minutes someone in the U.S. is infected with HIV. This burden is nowhere greater felt than in the South, home to the highest rate of new HIV infection, the most AIDS deaths, and the largest number of adults and adolescents living with HIV/AIDS. What worsens this burden in the South is the lack of access to health care, with fewer and fewer medical practitioners able to provide treatment and care to the thousands affected. Our partner organization, the Medical AIDS Outreach (MAO) of Montgomery, Alabama, has set itself apart by recognizing this need for care, embarking on a massive Alabama eHealth: Access to Care Initiative to establish several cutting edge telemedicine clinics throughout rural Alabama. Through its ever-expanding program, MAO has been able to make huge differences for people living with HIV/AIDS in over a third of Alabama’s geography. Throughout the year, MAO’s passion and commitment for health equity offered daily motivation for the members of GlobeMed at Princeton as we embarked on a mission of our own – to raise money and spread awareness for MAO’s cause on our University’s campus. Whether by selling red-velvet cupcakes to mark the 30th anniversary of the discovery of AIDS in December, talking with our fellow students about what everyone in the world deserves on this year’s World Day of Social Justice, or sending two students to actually travel to MAO and intern there for three weeks in June on our chapter’s first-ever GROW trip, we feel that we did much to achieve our goals. Nevertheless, there is so much yet left to be done. Sometimes, the grave situation in our country’s South seems too complex and too weighty to handle. With the incredible support system of family and friends behind us, however, we know we have the power to make a difference. Again, we thank you so much for all that you have done for us in the past and all that you will do for us in the future. In solidarity, Cornelia Lluberes and Amy Li 2011-2012 Co-Presidents *Citations: Southern Exposure: State of HIV/AIDS in the South


November 18, 2011

December 2011

A day of icebreakers, scavenger hunt of the Medical AIDS Outreach website, and reflective look at who we are, who we want to be, and what we want to accomplish. Nothing can bring a group of people together more than a shared passion for something they believe in. We were all so inspired, excitedly planning for our upcoming campaign while assembling AIDS awareness ribbons.

We launched 30-30-30, a monthlong letter writing campaign to raise money for MAO's Alabama eHealth: Access to Care Initiative. For 30 days, we asked friends and family to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the discovery of AIDS by contributing $30 to our efforts. We informed them of the injustices in the South, encouraging them to be the change they wish to see in the world.

Executive Board Retreat

30-30-30 Campaign

Valentine’s Day 2012 February 20, 2012 Crush Grams

World Day of Social Justice

In February, love was in the air, so we decided to create a fundraising campaign around Valentine's Day. In return for a donation, we helped our fellow Tigers tell their special someones how they feel through crush grams with sparkles and candies, hand-delivered by GlobeMed cupids. Making a difference and falling in love on the same day...what could be better?

We celebrated this year's WDSJ by collaborating with residential colleges for their "study breaks.” On that night, students were also given the opportunity to share on a poster board what they think everyone in the world deserves. The answers were wonderful and the night offered another valuable chance for us to get the GlobeMed name out to the Princeton community.

April 27, 2012

April 28, 2012

The culmination of months of preparation and anticipation, the Mile was an event to help us reach our goal...and it was a huge success! Participants met beneath the stars and a full moon in our campus's Prospect Garden, where they started a mile run to reach the finish line. There, they were greeted with pizza, water, sandwiches, and awesome prizes for our top runners.

Every year, Princeton students and citizens of the surrounding town come together as both a university and a community into one big event...Communiversity! Communiversity was a great way for the members of GlobeMed at Princeton to extend our reach beyond the Nassau Gates, and make great connections for years to come. Our "Until There's a Cure" bracelets were also a huge hit.

The Moonlit Mile

Communiversity

IN THIS REPORT: ! 1 

MISSION STATEMENT

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2011 – 2012 AT A GLANCE

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ABOUT US

4  OUR PARTNER 5 

OUR PROJECT

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CAMPAIGNS

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GLOBALHEALTHU

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COMMUNITY BUILDING

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GRASSROOTS ON-SITE WORK INTERNSHIP

10  WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE 11  GLOBEMED GLOBAL HEALTH SUMMIT 12  OUR FUTURE 13  FINANCES 14  STAY CONNECTED 15  THANK YOU

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GlobeMed at Princeton University

ABOUT US

As a freshman in 2008, Natalie Guo was in search of a way to live out her incredible dedication to social justice and global health equity. In GlobeMed, she found that way. In spring of her sophomore year, she was accepted as a chapter founder. Through the National Office's Leadership Institute that fall, she was given the knowledge and resources to establish GlobeMed at Princeton. And she did, with flying colors. Natalie along with her co-president, Andrew, paved an amazing path, assembling a group of tremendously passionate individuals to make a difference and be the change, always instilling in us the courage to continue in spite of challenges. The following year, Natalie stepped down as president, appointing freshmen Cornelia Lluberes and Amy Li to take her place. Cornelia and Amy picked up right where Natalie had left off, jumping right into an exciting, insightful, and rewarding journey -- a new partnership with the Medical AIDS Outreach, 15 new members, four successful campaigns, nearly $1500 raised, and Princeton's first-ever GROW trip to Montgomery, Alabama.

since our founding in september 2010 , our chapter has grown from 08 to 18 members.


Medical AIDS Outreach (MAO) WORKS IN MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA POPULATION: 205,764

Lack of access to health care is a more serious problem in the South than in any other region of the U.S. Southerners are far less likely to have health insurance than residents of other regions of the country, and due to the shortage of HIV health specialists—especially in rural areas. Those who test positive for HIV have difficulty finding access to care. Also, there is a strong correlation between poverty level and risk of acquiring HIV/AIDS. Alabama is one of the poorest states in the South, and unfortunately, the KEY FACT: The highest number of citizens with HIV/AIDS is growing. Our time to number of newly diagnosed help is now!

cases is among people 13-34 years of age. KEY FACT: The South is the poorest region in the United States.

ABOUT MAO FOUNDED IN 1987 The Montgomery AIDS Outreach, Inc. (MAO) was established in 1987 as a private, non-profit, Community Based AIDS Service Organization. In 26 counties of South Central Alabama, MAO serves as a full-time primary care facility after transitioning from a volunteer education and service organization. MAO covers about a third of Alabama’s geography: mostly counties that are very poor and rural. MAO provides clients with medical and social services; HIV treatment, education and mental health counseling are options offered to all patients and their family members. GlobeMed at Princeton began our partnership with Montgomery AIDS Outreach, Inc. in 2010. Together, GlobeMed at Princeton and MAO hope to establish and develop a high-tech solution to Alabama’s dire need for healthcare. In developing a network of telemedicine clinics that will connect HIV patients throughout rural Alabama to medical experts based in Alabama’s urban centers, we work to help ensure that Alabama’s rural residents have the access to care that they deserve.

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OUR PARTNER


A MESSAGE FROM OUR Medical AIDS Outreach PARTNER Dear students at our university partner, We are very excited to be a GlobeMed Partner. We look forward to an exciting collaboration. As a brief note to our partner university, I would like to say that Montgomery AIDS Outreach is a non-profit covering 26 counties of South Central Alabama, with HIV treatment, education and outreach. We cover about a third of the state's geography, most of which are very poor and rural counties. About half our patients are uninsured and about 70% are minorities. We are currently embarking on a cutting edge telemedicine project made possible by a national grant from AIDS United in Washington D.C. to start rural telemedicine clinics to expand the access of rural HIV care, and potentially of rural primary care in Alabama. We look forward to finding out about our university partner. Take care, Laurie Dill


Medical AIDS Outreach

GlobeMed at Princeton University Why capacity building? Telemedicine is the key to rural Alabamians’ access to HIV care. The state is woefully short of primary care physicians, especially those certified for HIV specialized care. In 2010, 17,329 people were infected with HIV/AIDS in Alabama. Many are impoverished, living below federal poverty level and without opportunity to see a doctor. With telemedicine clinics strategically stationed throughout the rural counties (including Selma, Greenville, and Dothan), patients will be able to interact with doctors based in urban centers through telecommunication. The distance barrier to healthcare for rural citizens can be substantially reduced--if not eliminated. Because of the high rate of STDs and HIV infections in the South, access to care is critically important for the health and well-being of our partner community in Alabama. To those afflicted with HIV/AIDS, it can be a matter of life or death. That is why our project's focus area is so important.

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OUR PROJECT

GlobeMed at Princeton aims to raise $1,500+ to help establish telemedicine clinics throughout rural Alabama.

ALABAMA ARE INFECTED WITH HIV/AIDS.

$1,500 TO SUPPLEMENT FUNDING FOR ALABAMA EHEALTH: ACCESS TO CARE INITIATIVE.

GlobeMed at Princeton’s goal is to supplement funding for the Alabama eHealth: Access to Care Initiative. Alabama eHealth uses telemedicine technology to provide HIV/AIDS care to patients in rural Alabama. The ultimate success of the Access to Care Initiative project depends on Medical AIDS Outreach of Alabama’s ability to match the national grant from AIDS United in Washington D.C. at 100%. MAO believes that this project will become self-sustaining because, not only will it expand access to healthcare, it will also stimulate local economics. This cutting edge telemedicine network, upon successful implementation, has the potential to serve as the model for the future of rural healthcare in America.


CAMPAIGNS Campaigns are on-campus events and initiatives that raise funds for GlobeMed partner organizations' grassroots projects abroad.

EVENT TITLE

EVENT DESCRIPTION

GlobeMed Moonlit Mile

We organized a fundraiser in which we encouraged students to register for a mile-long night run around campus in late April

GlobeMed 30-30-30 Campaign

In this letter-writing campaign, we commemorated the 30th anniversary of the discovery of AIDS and tried to educate students, alumni, family, and friends about the work MAO is doing and ask them to donate to help the cause.

$1,070.38

GlobeMed Valentine’s Day Crush Grams

A week long campaign in which we collaborated with several on-campus a capella groups to offer Princeton students the perfect gift(s) for their beloveds! Students could purchase a serenade and/or candy goodie boxes to be delivered to their Valentine's Day Crush on February 14th.

$75

Communiversity

Communiversity is an annually-held festival showcasing Princeton student organizations; students displaying informative booths and educating other students and community members about their clubs' initiatives. One of the biggest events in central New Jersey, and usually heavily attended by Princeton students and Princeton community alike, it is a great way to raise awareness of GlobeMed at Princeton's mission. We had illuminating poster displays, colorful fliers with descriptions of our various campaigns, and several opportunities for donations to benefit our partner, MAO.

$70

Total funds raised for MAO in 2011-2012:

MONEY RAISED $259

$1,474.38

In GlobeMed at Princeton’s first year, the 2011-2012 academic year, they were able to raise $1474.38 for their partner Montgomery AIDS Outreach (AIDS).


HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE YEAR

30-30-30 Campaign December, 2011 On December 1st, the members of GlobeMed at Princeton officially launched 30-30-30, a month-long letter writing campaign to raise money for MAO's Alabama eHealth: Access to Care Initiative. For 30 days in December, we asked our friends and family to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the discovery of AIDS by contributing $30 to our efforts. In our letter, we informed them of the injustices pervasive in our country's South and encouraged them to make a difference and to be the change they wish to see in the world.

MOONLIT MILE April 27, 2012 This campaign was the most fun we had all year because it combined awareness, fundraising, and the Princeton community. It was multifaceted and that made it stand out. A moonlit run around campus was followed by refreshments and information about AIDS in the U.S. and the work MAO is doing to combat it both contributed to making this event a success. It is one we hope to continue and expand upon in years to come!

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globalhealthU globalhealthU is GlobeMed’s signature year-long global health curriculum. This student-designed and driven program equips students with the critical thinking skills that will inform a life of leadership for global health.

2011-2012 CURRICULUM ORIENTATION Chapter members were equipped with a thorough understanding of the values of GlobeMed and explored their personal values. POVERTY AND HEALTH Chapters conceptualized poverty and sought to explore the connections between global health and poverty.

Dear friends of GlobeMed at Princeton, Our experience this past year has revealed and solidified the invaluable role of the globalhealthU curriculum within our chapter. We believe its inclusion sets GlobeMed apart from comparable organizations in that the education it provides remarkably strengthens our ties and dedication to our partner, supporting communication and understanding on a more tangible level. The success of our efforts depends on our knowledge of and interest in the issues at end. For this reason, we hope to further increase the depth and number of our discussions in the next year. Best, Natalie Grant-Villegas and Rosie Zhang 2011-2012 globalhealthU Coordinators

THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS We considered the views of six developmental economists to explored the root causes and paths out of poverty. INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION Chapters conducted an indepth investigation on a topic of interest. STUDENTS’ ROLE Following a critical discussion of our role in perpetuating poverty, we sought to understand how we can be effective advocates. REFLECTION Chapters reflected on the year behind them both as individuals and in the context of their chapter.


ON-CAMPUS EVENTS

Moonlit Mile After Party

Midnight April 27, 2012

After completing the moonlit run, participants were welcomed to a fun and educational after party with music, a movie, and refreshments. Runners were directed into the room by a series of thought-provoking quotations that lined the staircase and floors leading from the entrance to the reception. Each quotation contained a stunning fact or statistic concerning HIV/ AIDS and access to care in the Southern United States that both shocked and intrigued the participants.

Communiversity April 28, 2012 The Princeton Township Communiversity Fair is an annual event where the university and the local community join together to create one of Central New Jersey’s most well-known events and beloved annual traditions. The popular festival attracts more than 40,000 visitors to Princeton, NJ each spring. This year, we took part in the festival in order to extend our campaign to members of the local community. We created a flipup question board that contained facts regarding access to care in the Southern United States to engage both students and community members.

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COMMUNITY BUILDING   Through service and team-building events, community and camaraderie is fostered around global health and social justice within GlobeMed chapters, the GlobeMed network and surrounding communities.

18 # OF COMMUNITY BUILDING EVENTS: 02 TOTAL # OF CHAPTER MEMBERS:

Community Building in the Princeton Chapter of GlobeMed has begun with a promising start. While as a new organization, we have not yet created ties with local organizations for volunteering opportunities, the Executive Board Retreat held in November 2011 was a great success. The Retreat along with various ice-breakers during meetings allowed the Executive Board staff to bond and truly become a team. Of concern for next year is proper integration of new GlobeMed members with activities similar to those performed during the Executive Board Retreat and creating opportunities for GlobeMed members to interact more regularly outside of meetings.


GROW INTERNSHIP

"What MAO does differently is that it doesn't just fix the patient. It offers a holistic view of the patient that redefines the doctor-patient relationship as the most close of friendships."– Sheng Zhou, c/o 2014

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[GRASSROOTS ON-SITE WORK]

02 LENGTH OF STAY: 03 weeks # OF GROW INTERNS:

JUNE 1 2012– JUNE 22 2012

WORK DESCRIPTION: The most important goal of this GROW internship is to foster a deep and everlasting relationship with our partner organization. We work on outreach events, interviews, blogging, and--most importantly--research AIDS stigma in the community. Data from this research project can help our friends at Medical AIDS Outreach write effective grant requests. We also shadow the doctors and interact with some of the patients.

Through Grassroots Onsite Work (GROW) internships, students build capacity of their partner organization, engage in mutual learning, and ensure long-term stability of their partnership.


WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE “INJUSTICE anywhere is a THREAT to JUSTICE everywhere.” MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.

07 GLOBEMED AT PRINCETON UNIVERSITY joined 45 other GlobeMed chapters across the nation in a network-wide commemoration of the 4th Annual World Day of Social Justice during the week of February 20, 2012.

EVERYONE DESERVES ___ : For WDSJ, we collaborated with several Princeton residential colleges to host an “Everyone deserves” study-break series. As the students munched on their delicious late-night snacks, they were asked to contribute to a colorful poster, graffiti-style, by writing or drawing what they believe each person deserves to have. From happiness to music to apples and honey, the poster grew.

The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed February 20th as World Day of Social Justice in 2007. Observation of WDSJ supports efforts of the international community in poverty eradication, the promotion of full employment and decent work, gender equity and access to social wellbeing and justice for all.


WDSJ Event GlobeMed at Princeton University asking students on their study breaks to share what they believe “Everyone deserves ___” by writing or drawing on a poster.

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View more photos and quotes at www.globemedwdsj.tumblr.com


2012 GLOBAL HEALTH SUMMIT

2012 DELEGATES: Cornelia Lluberes

“The GlobeMed Global Health Summit was a lifechanging experience for me. I came back with my passion for global health equity renewed, my spirit reinvigorated, and my perspective forever changed. I will never forget the things I learned about partnership how it is not only about mutually beneficial ends, but also about people and personal relationships with personal stories behind them. My favorite summit experience was by far the Vision in Action panel hosted by Fran Kalaftis of Bristol-Myers Squibb, Victor Barnes of AIDS United, and Will Rutland and Pat Casey of the Medical AIDS Outreach (MAO). Hearing them talk about the dire inequities pervasive throughout the Southern United States was haunting. Indeed, sometimes we think the term "global health" does not apply to our own country...but as the panel participants so profoundly stressed, it does. In the words of Ms. Kalaftis, "we need to put up a mirror to what we're doing in the United States" and make a difference.� "

-- Cornelia Lluberes

The annual GlobeMed Global Health Summit brings together university students from across the nation for three days of intensive lectures and workshops with representatives from grassroots global health organizations and a range of experts.


“GlobeMed proved to me that undergraduates are capable of much more than I had thought. GlobeMed makes tangible differences in places of real need because we are more than a club or a group - we're a non-profit led by passionate students who see health equity in our future.” - Cristina Flores, c/o 2012

We have so many goals in mind for the upcoming year. In particular, we want to host the first ever benefit dinner centered around the idea of global health, where we will bring in keynote speakers and fundraise. We want also to raise awareness and emphasize in our discussion that global health is every bit as relevant to the United States as it is to areas of the world.

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OUR FUTURE


FINANCES In 2011 – 2012, GlobeMed at Princeton University raised $1,474.38 for Medical AIDS Outreach to support projects in Montgomery, Alabama. CAMPAIGN DONATIONS!

OPERATIONS!

TOTAL REVENUE!

Revenue! Events ! Individual Giving!

$404!

$404!

$1,070.38!

$1,070.38!

University Funding!

$235!

$235!

GlobeMed National Office!

$250!

$250!

$485!

$1,959.38!

SUBTOTAL!

$1,474.38!

CAMPAIGN DONATIONS!

OPERATIONS & GRANTS!

TOTAL!

Current Finances! Cash Reserves! 2012-2013 University Funding! EXISTING BALANCE!

$0! TBD! $0!


Read more about our partner and project, and the GlobeMed network. globemed.org/princeton

“Like� us on Facebook to find out about upcoming events. www.facebook.com/pages/GlobeMed-at-Princeton/ 278055558878615

Follow our blog and chime in on the discussion. www.globemedatprinceton.wordpress.com

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Find our chapter on www.razoo.com/Globemedatprinceton and make a donation to support our partner and project today.

WANT TO REACH US IN 2012-2013?

CONTACT: Cornelia Lluberes E-MAIL: princeton@globemed.org

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KEEP IN TOUCH


EXECUTIVE BOARD CO-PRESIDENT Cornielia Lluberes lluberes@princeton.edu

CO-PRESIDENT Amy Li althree@princeton.edu

globalhealthU COORDINATOR Natalie Grant-Villegas ngrant@princeton.edu

globalhealthU COORDINATOR Rosie Zhang yapeiz@princeton.edu

CAMPAIGN COORDINATOR Nora Chen lnchen@princeton.edu

CAMPAIGN COORDINATOR Lauren Piana lpiana@princeton.edu

DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS Cristina Flores caflores@princeton.edu

DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS Rachel Alter rsalter@princeton.edu

GROW COORDINATOR Sheng Zhou szhou@princeton.edu

DIR. OF COMMUNITY BUILDING Chideraa Ukeje cukeje@princeton.edu

DIRECTOR OF FINANCES Andie DeLeón adelon@princeton.edu

FINANCE TEAM LEADERS Sam Lazerwitz and Omar Jarrett slazerwi@princeton.edu and ojarrett@princeton.edu

SUPPORTERS INDIVIDUALS Savannah Lennertz, Eric Lin, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Graff, Milagros Maldonado, Patrick Grant, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Piana, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Karnes, Theresa Brower, Kate Lluberes, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gaver, Ilene Berg, Erika Monckeberg, Clara Ostrowski, Amy Picklesimer, Heather Schneeberger, Teresa Flores, Mr. and Mrs. David Beers, Emily Davis, Gregory Sokoloff, Eleanor Berg, and all  students and community members who participated in our events

A sincere thanks to the following advocates, mentors, donors, and colleagues for making our 2011 – 2012 year a great success:

ORGANIZATIONS Princeton University Pace Center for Civic Engagement, The Princeton Sports Bar, Hoagie Haven, Fruity Yogurt, Princeton University Projects Board

THANK YOU


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GlobeMed at Princeton University Annual Report 2011-2012