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GLOBEMED at RHODES COLLEGE

Memphis, TN

students fighting for global health equity

2010 – 2011 ANNUAL REPORT


Bucknell University Columbia University Cornell University CU-Boulder Depaul University Duke University Florida State University GWU

Georgetown University Indiana University Lawrence University Loyola University Middlebury College Northeastern University Northwestern University

Penn State University Princeton University Rhodes College Truman State University University of Chicago UCLA University of Michigan UMKC UNC-Chapel Hill University of Rochester USC

Pastoral

San Salvador, El Salvador

CCC-UNSCH

Ayacucho, Peru

KIHEFO

Kabale, Uganda

GWED-G

Gulu, Uganda

CEPAIPA

Guayaquil, Ecuador

Himalyan Healthcare

Jawalakhel, Nepal

ASOSAP Salud San Limite ARM Rwanda Village Concept Project

Minga Peru CEMOPLAF-Cajabamba FUNPRONID La Primavera Africa 2000 Network

Alta Verapaz, Guatemala Siuna, Nicaragua Orissa, India Huye District, Rwanda

Iquitos, Peru Cajabamba, Ecuador Riobamba, Ecuador La Primavera, Guatemala Tororo, Uganda

Kitovu Mobile AIDS Organization

Masaka, Uganda

The HOPE Center

Ho, Ghana

EAPSEC Jambi Hwasi AMOS Maison de Naissance ASPAT Amuru Youth Center

Chiapas, Mexico Otavalo, Ecuador Managua, Nicaragua Torbeck, Haiti Lima, Peru Anaka, Uganda

Tiyatien Health Joy-Southfield Development Corp

Zwedru, Liberia Detroit, Michigan

KCRC

Bushenyi District, Uganda

Health-Alert Uganda Kallpa Iquitos Care Net Ghana

University of Texas-Austin

Clinica Ana Manganaro

Vanderbilt University

Dios es Amor

WashU in St. Louis

to improve the health of people living in poverty.

Boston College

partner with grassroots organizations around the world

GlobeMed is a network of university students that

Amherst College

UDHA

Gulu, Uganda Iquitos, Peru Hohoe, Ghana Guarjila, El Salvador Lima, Peru Iganga, Uganda


GLOBEMED AT RHODES COLLEGE

Dear Friends,

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1

MISSION STATEMENT

2

2010 – 2011 AT A GLANCE

3

ABOUT US

4

OUR PARTNER

5

OUR PROJECT

6

CAMPAIGNS

8

GLOBALHEALTHU

10 COMMUNITY BUILDING 11 GRASSROOTS ON-SITE WORK INTERNSHIP 12 WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE 13 GLOBEMED GLOBAL HEALTH SUMMIT 14 OUR FUTURE 15 FINANCES 16 STAY CONNECTED

It has been our immense privilege to oversee a year of unprecedented growth for GlobeMed at Rhodes in 2010-2011. Thanks to your support and the dedication of our staff, we have doubled our fundraising efforts from last year, exceeding our goal of $10,000 to support a water filtration project with AMOS in Nicaragua. This year marked the continuation of many chapter traditions. For the second year in a row, we have hosted a successful Silent Art Auction and 5K Run to benefit the projects led by our partner organization. We saw as well the inauguration of what we hope will become new traditions: the first Global Health Awareness Week at Rhodes and our chapter’s attendance at the first annual regional conference hosted by GlobeMed at UNC. To our supporters, thank you again for all that you do. The maturation of our chapter since it began in 2008 would not have been possible without your mentorship and generous support. And to our fellow members from GlobeMed at Rhodes, we look forward to seeing how you continue to drive the chapter’s growth over the next year and beyond. Yet, when mentioning growth, we cannot avoid emphasizing how our involvement with GlobeMed over the past three years has also been personally transformative. Thank you for this incredible experience, which has proven to be both humbling and inspiring. Although we are sad to see our involvement in the chapter close with graduation, we are thrilled to enter our new roles as alumni members of GlobeMed at Rhodes and become lifelong participants in the movement for global health equity.

17 THANK YOU

With love and respect, Shannon Fuller and Chris Moore, 2010 – 2011 Co-Presidents

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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE


MISSION STATEMENT

GLOBEMED AIMS TO STRENGTHEN THE MOVEMENT FOR GLOBAL HEALTH EQUITY BY EMPOWERING STUDENTS AND COMMUNITIES TO WORK TOGETHER TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF THE IMPOVERISHED

AROUND THE WORLD.

our vision ONE BILLION PEOPLE ACROSS THE WORLD LACK ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS*. EACH DAY, MORE THAN 36,000 PEOPLE DIE PREVENTABLE DEATHS. W ITHOUT ADDRESSING POVERTY AND POOR HEALTH, WE CANNOT BREAK THIS CYCLE OF SUFFERING. UNIVERSITY STUDENTS HAVE THE PASSION AND ENERGY TO HELP TACKLE THIS CHALLENGE. GLOBEMED AIMS TO MEET THIS CHALLENGE BY ENGAGING AND TRAINING STUDENTS TO WORK WITH GRASSROOTS ORGANIZATIONS ACROSS THE WORLD TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF THE IMPOVERISHED. BY PARTNERING STUDENTS AND COMMUNITIES TO COMBAT POVERTY AND POOR HEALTH, WE IMPROVE THE LIVES OF THOUSANDS OF IMPOVERISHED PEOPLE ACROSS THE WORLD TODAY AND SHAPE TOMORROW ’S LEADERS ACROSS ALL PROFESSIONS WHO WILL SHARE A DEEP COMMITMENT TO HEALTH EQUITY AND SOCIAL

JUSTICE. *World Bank, World Development Report 2000/2001: Attacking Poverty (New York: Oxford University Press, 2001).


GlobeMed at Rhodes College

2010 – 2011 Annual Report

2010 – 2011 AT A GLANCE

Aug. 26, 2010

Sept. 1, 2010

Sept. 24-25, 2010

Student Activity Fair

First Chapter Meeting

GlobeMed at Rhodes executive board and staff members recruited new and returning students to join them in the movement for global health equity.

The Rhodes chapter welcomed new staff members and wasted no time introducing them to the work GlobeMed has accomplished at Rhodes and as a national network. Staff members were reintroduced to the GlobeMed model, Rhodes' partner organization AMOS, and set ambitious goals for the academic year.

2nd Annual GlobeMed at Rhodes Silent Art Auction Following the smash success of the same event last year, GlobeMed at Rhodes hosted its second annual silent art auction during Parent's Weekend at Rhodes. This year saw an increase in both money raised and participation. Rhodes students submitted over 150 paintings, sculptures, photographs and other works of art.

Nov. 5-7, 2010

Jan 21, 2011

Hilltop at UNC - Chapel Hill

First Annual Rave for a Cause A handful of the Rhodes staff joined Under the leadership of an nearly 80 students representing 9 ambitious first-year staff member, universities at the inaugural GlobeMed Rhodes hosted a benefit GlobeMed Hilltop regional party at a local Memphis venue. conference, hosted by GlobeMed at The event was very well attended University of North Carolina and is sure to be staple event in the Chapel Hill. GlobeMedders from years to come. across the network April 7 – 10, 2011

April 2, 2011

5th Annual GlobeMed Global Health Summit 2nd Annual GlobeMed Fun(d) Once again, the highlight of the Run academic year was our annual trip For the second year in a row, to Northwestern University for the GlobeMed students at Rhodes GlobeMed Global Health Summit. hosted a 5k "fun(d) run" in the Staff and executive board members beautiful Overton Park, across the from Rhodes joined students from street from campus. The event was 32 universities for an inspiring a great success and saw an weekend of workshops, lectures, increase in participants from the and community building, all inaugural year. We're sure this designed to facilitate the exchange event will only continue to grow in of best practices and deepen our the years to come. understanding of global health.

Feb. 22, 2011 World Day of Social Justice GlobeMed at Rhodes joined students from chapters across the network to develop a photo collage celebrating the UN recognized World Day of Social Justice. Staff members asked the Rhodes community to complete the sentence: "people have a right to _" and write it on their hand.

April 13, 2011 Global Health Awareness Week Lecture As part of our weeklong awareness campaign, GlobeMed at Rhodes hosted a lecture by Rhodes College Professor Tait Keller, on the history and impact of Cholera.


ABOUT US

GlobeMed at Rhodes College GlobeMed at Rhodes was launched in the fall of 2008 by a group of students looking to be part of a movement for social justice and the first global health organization on-campus. In the beginning of 2009, a partnership with A Ministry of Sharing Health and Hope (AMOS Salud y Esperanza) in Managua, Nicaragua was formed. GlobeMed at Rhodes now has 25 committed chapter members and was represented at the Clinton Global Initiative University in 2010. The chapter has participated on three consecutive summer delegations to work with AMOS in Nicaragua, and has raised over $18,000 to support community health projects.

since our founding in September 2008 , our chapter has grown from to members.

25

09


AMOS [WORKS IN MANAGUA, NICARAGUA] POPULATION: 11,713 Nicaragua is the second poorest country in the Western hemisphere, and is marked by a history of political turmoil, civil war, and catastrophic natural disasters which have contributed to the widespread poverty. A devastating earthquake struck Managua in 1972, and Hurricane Mitch in 2000 destroyed thousands of homes in the northern regions of the country. According to the UN, 80% of Nicaraguans live on less than $2 per day. Due to a limited budget and difficult access to rural areas, healthcare access in Nicaragua is limited..

KEY FACT: Over 50% of Nicaragua's rural areas lack access to basic health care and medicines..

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OUR PARTNER

[About A Ministry of Sharing Health & Hope (AMOS Salud y Esperanza)] FOUNDED IN 2006 AMOS Health & Hope is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health of poor and marginalized rural populations in Nicaragua, and has been a partner of GlobeMed at Rhodes since January 2009. The organization was established in 2006 by two physicians and uses a strategy of community-based primary health care to increase health care coverage in areas with limited services. AMOS trains lay health workers in rural communities to manage and run their own community clinic, prevent and treat the most common illnesses, and work on community development to address the root causes of poor health such as access to safe water and sanitation.

Partner Contact: Jessica Chapman, Communications Coordinator and Dr. Laura Chanchien ParajĂłn, Medical Director


A MESSAGE FROM OUR PARTNER

AMOS

PHOTO OF YOUR PARTNER CONTACT/STAFF, HERE

Since 2009, AMOS has partnered with the GlobeMed Rhodes chapter in the U.S. to work together on joint projects to improve the health of poor and marginalized populations. Some of the projects volunteers have helped us with are: continuing education trainings for the health promoters (local health lay workers), malnutrition monitoring, PhotoVoice projects (for empowerment and project prioritization) and water sanitation. In 2010, AMOS and GlobeMed began to explore ways to improve the quality of drinking water in rural communities by testing out different modalities of improving clean water. This included chlorine machines, ceramic water filters, micron filters, and biosand filters (method currently used by AMOS).

PHOTO OF YOUR PARTNER CONTACT/STAFF, HERE

GlobeMed students participated in surveying water filter use to determine filters that had the following characteristics: 1. Practical – user friendly and easily implemented by families 2. Effective -- actual use decreases water borne illnesses 3. Affordable -- to benefit the most people at a reasonable cost. Working with the students is always a blessing as they are enthusiastic to learn and motivated to serve. As part of an ongoing partnership, AMOS and GlobeMed continue to develop a program that empowers community members themselves to provide local health education, home visitation, and water quality monitoring for the biosand filters so that one day there may be clean drinking water for all! Laura Chanchein Parajón Medical Director Jessica Chapman Communications Coordinator


AMOS

&

GlobeMed at Rhodes College

[Why clean water and hygiene?] According to the World Health Organization, the quality of drinking water is "a powerful environmental determinant of health." Contaminated water translates to a high prevalence of diarrheal disease and other waterborne illnesses. It is estimated that one billion people worldwide lack potable water, and as a result 1.6 million people yearly die from related diarrheal illness, most of whom are children.

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OUR PROJECT

In Nicaragua, only 60% of the population has access to potable water, and access is even worse in the targeted rural areas.

600 FAMILIES WILL BE POSITIVELY IMPACTED.

$10,000 TO FUND THE COSTS NEEDED TO EVALUATE AND MONITOR THE INSTALLATION OF 600 WATER FILTERS

Supporting hygiene workshops and the construction of 600 water filters in 9 rural communities around Managua, Nicaragua GlobeMed at Rhodes raised over $10,000 to support program coordination, technicians, health committee incentives, and supervision and monitoring of a project aimed at improving access to clean water in 9 different rural communities in Nicaragua. The program will provide 80% of the families in the communities with biosand filters and proper training of management of these filters as well as education on water sanitation and increasing access to water and soap in the home. Seven different health committees will be set up and trained in filter maintenance and construction.


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

EVENTS TITLE

EVENT DESCRIPTION

$ MONEY RAISED 2,318.66

Silent Art Auction

an auction of donated art pieces by students and members of campus community during family weekend

Coffee Sales

small business held year-round during which donated coffee and donuts are sold to students on campus during midterms and finals week.

604.07

Sweeten the Season: Candy Canes for Nicaragua

ribbon-decorated candy canes were sold to students who wanted to give small, but thoughtful gifts to close friends for the holidays

158.22

Rave For A Cause

two rave parties held at local disco venue during the school year

4,979

2nd Annual 5K Fun[d] Run

3.1 mile run/walk in local park for runners in the Memphis community interested in sweating for a cause.

1,159

Individual Giving

Family members and other generous contributors offered donations to support both relief efforts led by AMOS after Hurricane Matthew struck Nicaragua in the fall of 2010, as well as the on-going water filtration project

2,042

TOTAL FUNDS RAISED FOR AMOS IN 2010 – 2011:

$11,260.95 Since 2009, GlobeMed at Rhodes has raised a total of over $18,000 to support the implementation of water filters in 9 rural communities and fund community health worker conferences in Managua, Nicaragua.


HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE YEAR

" To see the great number of people participating in the campaign activities of GlobeMed this year was quite exhilarating. I can't wait to see what next year brings." - Chris Perkins, 2010-11 Campaign Coordinator

Silently Speaking Out September 24-25, 2010

"Holding a fundraiser during the holiday season was a great way for students to give back and send presents to their friends and family." - Anahita Rahimi-Saber, Candy Canes Team Leader and 2011-12 Campaign Coordinator

During Family Weekend, artwork ranging from Van Gogh-esque paintings to extraordinary sculptures, donated by students and members of the Rhodes community, was auctioned off to support water filtration efforts in Nicaraguan rural communities. An unprecedented number of people participated with 110 submissions of artwork and 200+ attendees. The event also featured a live streaming of the Partners in Health 17th Annual Symposium to complement the tone of global health awareness.

2nd Annual 5K Fun[d] Run April 2, 2011 GlobeMed at Rhodes’ 2nd annual 5K Fun[d] Run was held in a park near campus. With the support of Breakaway, a local running organization, and Whole Foods Market, we were able to engage a nice group of participants reaching up to 50 people this year. Winners of the 3.1 mile-run received gold, silver and bronze spray painted, GlobeMed-signature water bottles to highlight the importance of clean and accessible water.

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CAMPAIGNS


GLOBALHEALTHU globalhealthU is a GlobeMed designed curriculum that enables students to develop a critical understanding of issues in global health and apply this knowledge to their work with communities around the world

by the numbers

28 DISCUSSIONS

03

EVENTS

07 TOPICS This year’s globalhealthU curriculum delved into key issues in global health equity and expanded upon the basics we covered during the previous year. At each meeting the GHU coordinators provided handouts summarizing the materials so that everyone could participate even if it was their first meeting. We usually began with a brief overview from the coordinators and then broke into small groups to discuss the materials in further detail. At the end we came back together to synthesize what we had learned and relate it back to our chapter and our partner. This year’s topics included mental health, LGBTQ health, infectious diseases, and nutrition, among others. In addition to regular GHU discussions, we hosted a Global Health Awareness Week to educate the campus on issues of global health equity. It was a great year for globalhealthU, with many fruitful discussions and opportunities to relate everything back to our partner organization.

PHILOSOPHICAL FRAMEWORKS OF GLOBAL HEALTH INFECTIOUS DISEASES CONFLICT AND GLOBAL HEALTH FOOD AND NUTRITION LGBTQ AND GLOBAL HEALTH GLOBAL MENTAL HEALTH

RELIGION AND GLOBAL HEALTH


GLOBALHEALTHU

Global Health Awareness Week April 11-15, 2011 The purpose of this week was to bring the issues that GlobeMed seeks to tackle into the awareness of the Rhodes community. This included putting dirty water bottles near drinking fountains with statistics about water related health issues. We also hosted a screening of several TED talks, and had a faculty lecture on the issue of cholera and sanitary water. It was a great week that brought together students from all areas of study for engaging discussion. .

Global Hunger Banquet April 19, 2011 This year, GlobeMed partnered with Kinney, a campus service organization, to host their annual Hunger Banquet. Guests were assigned a country and economic class, and then served rice, rice and beans, or deli sandwiches and chips according to their assignment. Over dinner a student spoke on her experiences in working with vulnerable populations in Memphis, and we ended with a discussion on what it means to be hungry and what our role as college students is in tackling the issue locally and abroad.

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ON – CAMPUS EVENTS


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.

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

Community building at Rhodes has been a lot of fun. At each meeting we open with a different ice breaker in order to get to know new members as well as familiarize the new with the old. In the fall we had a camping retreat and in the spring we brought Laser tag to campus. Laser tag was a huge success as it was on campus, which was a fun activity for current members, but also increased our presence on campus. We are still growing as a chapter and are currently planning on developing our community building by adding an introduction to GlobeMed at the beginning of the year for new members, which will provide a more in depth education about the history of GlobeMed, GlobeMed lingo and our partner.


[GRASSROOTS ON-SITE WORK] Through Grassroots On-site Work (GROW) internships, students make a positive impact in the community by working alongside their partner organization to further ongoing and new projects.

July 16, 2011– AUGUST 14, 2011

“The opportunity to actively participate in projects I've heard about for so long, like the water filters, was surreal; the fact that I get to bring my experience back home to energize my chapter is exhilarating. ” -- Carolyn Lamere, c/o 2012

02 LENGTH OF STAY: 4 weeks # OF GLOBEMED GROW INTERNS:

WORK DESCRIPTION: The interns supervised the use of water filters for which GlobeMed had previously raised funds. The students also participated in "health stations" which monitored the health of at-risk individuals (young children and pregnant women) and provided nutritional assistance to those who were malnourished. Finally, the interns participated in on-the-ground research to improve the use and maintenance of water filters in rural communities.

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GROW INTERNSHIP


WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE

GLOBEMED AT RHODES COLLEGE joined 31 other GlobeMed chapters across the nation in a network-wide commemoration of the 3rd Annual World Day of Social Justice on February 20, 2011, by asking students, professors, and community members on campus an open-ended, thought provoking question relating to social justice.

OUR QUESTION: [Everyone has the right to ____.]

Everyone has the right to

__________.

BEHIND THE SCENES: We asked students, faculty, and other community members to complete the phrase, "everyone has the right to --," by writing the response on one of their hands and taking a picture. The photos were then printed and posted on a large board in the center of campus, leaving extra space for passersby to continue writing responses to the prompt. We hoped that by asking this question and engaging the campus, we would raise awareness about the World Day of Social Justice and encourage people to think both critically and creatively about how we can achieve a more equitable world.

WE ASKED OVER 40 PEOPLE AT RHODES COLLEGE.

HERE’S HOW THEY RESPONDED >>


WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE GlobeMed at Rhodes College asked 40 people to answer the question,

Everyone has the right to _____.

View more responses: www.imagine2030.org/wdsj

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PHOTO RESPONSES


2011 GLOBAL HEALTH SUMMIT

2011 DELEGATES: Sarah Endres, Shannon Fuller, Bethany Larkin, Chris Moore, Parker Nelson, Jon-Cody Sokoll, Chris Perkins , Emily Woods

“The first few words of the keynotes speech filled the room. A wave of silence washed over everyone. Bound together by the solidarity of [GlobeMed's] movement, a hopeful eagerness began to rise out of the silence, because every single person in that room is dedicated to the possibilities of our movement. Each speaker, friend, and idea leaves a spine tinkling feeling in its wake. The summit is the place where friends and ideas mingle with passion to fuel our movement for global health equity.”

-- Jon-Cody Sokoll , c/o 2014

April 7 – 10 in Evanston, IL Featuring Honorary Keynote

DR. JOIA MUKHERJEE Chief Medical Officer, Partners in Health


In the coming year GlobeMed at Rhodes College not only wants to continue growing as a chapter but we also want to grow in the community. We are already making a pretty integrated place for ourselves on campus and want to continue to do so, so that within a few years things like our annual 5k and art auction are just as much a campus tradition as a fundraiser for GlobeMed. We also want to continue growing closer as a chapter as we have in the past year. By hosting more off campus events we can also continue growing in the Memphis community we can educate even more people about our partner and fund raise even more for them. Another goal we have is to make the reality of our expansive national network more real to general staff members who have not yet been able to go to the Hilltop or Summit. We hope to partner with the nearby chapter at Vanderbilt University to possibly hold joint events and share best practices. We also hope to build or capacity to where we could feel comfortable about holding a Hilltop during the next year. Our final and most important goal for the coming year is to make sure more members of our chapter have a closer, more personal tie to our partner in Nicaragua. I would like at least all strong members to have an idea about who we partner with and the specific people we have worked with in Nicaragua.

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OUR FUTURE


CHAPTER FINANCES In 2010 – 2011, GlobeMed at Rhodes College raised $11,260.95 for AMOS to support projects in Managua, Nicaragua.

CAMPAIGN DONATIONS

OPERATIONS

TOTAL REVENUE

Revenue Events Individual Giving

$9,218.95

$9,218.95

$2,042

$2,042

University Funding SUBTOTAL

$11,260.95

CAMPAIGN DONATIONS

$232

$232

$232

$11,492.95

OPERATIONS & GRANTS

TOTAL

Current Finances Cash Reserves

$500

2011-2012 University Funding

TBD

EXISTING BALANCE

$500

$500

$500


Read more about our partner and project, and the GlobeMed network. http://www.globemed.org/rhodescollege

“Like” us on Facebook to find out about upcoming events. www.facebook.com/globemedrhodes

Follow our blog and chime in on the discussion. http://globemedatrhodes.wordpress.com/

Check out our photos on http://globemed.smugmug.com/GlobeMed-at-RhodesCollege

Follow us on twitter at http://twitter.com/globemedrhodes

WANT TO REACH US IN 2011 2012?

CONTACT: Jason Pace E-MAIL: jason.pace47@gmail.com

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STAY CONNECTED


EXECUTIVE BOARD Co-Presidents

Shannon Fuller • shanfuller@gmail.com Chris Moore • moore.christopherb@gmail.com

Directors of globalhealthU

Sarah Endres • sk.endres@gmail.com Leann Farha • farlg@rhodes.edu

Campaign Coordinator

Chris Perkins • infinitemercy3@gmail.com

Director of Community Building

Ashley Newman• ashleylaurennewman24@gmail.com

Director of Finances Director of GROW Directors of Communications

Ryan Kent • ryanalexanderkent@gmail.com Sarah Endres • sk.endres@gmail.com Jason Pace • jason.pace47@gmail.com Emily Woods • woods.ec@gmail.com Allison Woods • AllisonWoods527@gmail.com

A sincere thanks to the following advocates, mentors, donors, and colleagues for making our 2010 – 2011 year a great success:

INDIVIDUALS

ORGANIZATIONS

Dr. Jonathan Fitz Gerald (faculty advisor),

St. Mark's Presbyterian Church,

Becky Endres, Varma Family, Ruby Warren

Feeding the Need Globally, Inc., Kinney, Breakaway Running, AMOS Health & Hope, Whoel Foods Market, Klove Radio Station, Hollywood Disco, Memphis City Parks


GlobeMed | National Office MAIL P.O. Box 292 Evanston, IL 60204

WEBSITE www.globemed.org

PHONE 847.467.2143

E-MAIL info@globemed.org

GlobeMed 2010 – 2011 Board of Directors Marjorie Craig Benton Paurvi Bhatt Jobi Cates David W. Cromer, MD Lee Greenhouse (Treasurer) Brian T. Hanson (Chair) Ken Lehman Erin Linville Peter Luckow Jenny Merdinger Victor Roy Keith Sarpolis, MD (Secretary) GlobeMed is a 501(c)(3) independent non-profit based in Evanston, Illinois, with chapters at 32 universities across the United States.

Rhodes 2011 Annual Report  

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