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GLOBEMED at TRUMAN STATE UNIVERSITY

Kirksville, MO

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 TRUMAN STATE UNIVERSITY

Friends of GlobeMed,

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1

MISSION STATEMENT

2

2010 – 2011 AT A GLANCE

4

ABOUT US

5

OUR PARTNER

6

OUR PROJECT

7

CAMPAIGNS

9

GLOBALHEALTHU

11 COMMUNITY BUILDING 12 WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE 14 GLOBEMED GLOBAL HEALTH SUMMIT 15 OUR FUTURE 16 FINANCES 17 STAY CONNECTED 18 THANK YOU

2010 – 2011 Annual Report

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

In the past year, we have learned so much about this organization and witnessed the power of a movement for social justice in our friends and peers. We have seen our organization swell to 70 members and execute a number of new fundraisers to raise funds for our partner organization, Maison de Naissance. It is the passion of students at Truman to see equitable health care for the women and children of rural Haiti, and those around the world, which keeps us thriving.

As you read this annual report, we hope you will enjoy reading about the accomplishments and pride we have taken in progressing as an organization in the last year. There are descriptions of some of our biggest events, including our third annual Benefit Dinner, Global Health Week of Action, second annual Haitian Celebration, and a number of new events, such as Fall Harvest, Bottoms Up for Haiti, and an art auction. More than reading about these fundraisers though, we hope you will come to better see how our passion for global health equity is growing and how Truman State University students are working together to spread the movement for social justice. We want to thank our professors, fellow students, and the Truman administration for their continued support of GlobeMed. Without their support, or the support of the Truman and Kirksville communities, we would not be making nearly as much progress. Although we are graduating, we have grown in our passion for health equity and look forward to seeing how GlobeMed at Truman continues to progress. In Solidarity, Ann Bruno and Patrick Casey 2010-2011 Co-Presidents


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 Truman State University

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2010 – 2011 AT A GLANCE

Sept. 17, 2010

Sept. 23-26, 2010

Sept. 26, 2010

Slip 'N Slide

Fast for Haiti

Mentor/Mentee Coffee House Our new members were introduced to their staff member mentors at a coffee social.

Some of our members participated We celebrated warm weather and community with a Slip 'N Slide party in a three day fast in order to focus on and experience the hunger that on the rugby field. plagues the people of Haiti.

Oct. 8, 2010

Oct. 9, 2010

Oct. 27, 2010

Bonfire

Fall Retreat

Poetry Slam

Our chapter bonded over a community-building night of s'mores, pumpkin carving and a flaming bonfire.

This fall retreat included barefoot soccer, a yummy potluck and reflective discussions on global health and the future of GlobeMed at Truman State.

In partner with Sigma Tau Delta, we hosted a poetry slam at the Dukum Inn to raise money for Partners In Health and their work during the cholera outbreak in Haiti.

Oct. 29, 2010

Oct. 29, 2010

Nov. 6, 2011

Fall Progressive Dinner

Fall Harvest for Haiti

Benefit Dinner

We enjoyed a great progressive dinner, participating in each course of the meal at a different globemedder residence around town. This was a great way for our members to relax, chat and hang out over good food and great company.

We served hot apple cider, chili, and dessert to passing students in a tent decorated to resemble Maison de Naissance. Free carnival games were set up next to the tent.

We hosted our third annual benefit dinnner, "Celebrating Haiti." Still Harbor's Ed Cardoza spoke to our guests about the indomitable spirit and courage of the Haitian people.


GlobeMed at Truman State University

Dec. 4, 2010

Spring 2011

Feb. 23, 2011

New Members' Chili Dinner

Documentary Series

Bottoms Up for Haiti

Our new members organized a chili Our members previewed Salud!, Lost Boys of Sudan and Middle dinner catered to the Kirksville Sexes. community.

March 28 – April 1, 2011 Global Health Week of Action

This annual week of events brought April 1, 2011 global health education to the Haitian Celebration Truman State campus through discussions, panels, documentaries The finale to our Global Health and our always popular Haitian Week of Action and most popular Celebration. event of the year, Haitian Celebration was successfully pulled April 16-17, 2011 off, providing a Haitian celebration Unite for Sight Global Health and picnic on campus with Haitian beans and rice and Creole music. & Innovation Conference Five of our chapter members attended this conference at Yale University to engage in conversations about innovation and collaboration in the global health field.

April 29, 2011 Spring Progressive Dinner We enjoyed another great progressive dinner, reminiscing about our wonderful year and all of the hard work we did and the memories we created together.

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2010 – 2011 AT A GLANCE

We helped Wrong Daddy's bar host a "Bottoms Up for Haiti" night where all tips, donations and cover fees were donated to Maison De Naissance.

April 7-10, 2011 5th Annual GlobeMed Global Health Summit Eleven of our chapter members attended this inspiring weekend where we exchanged ideas with other chapters, heard influential speakers and bonded as a network.

May 3, 2011

May 20, 2011

RAVE

Soirée d'Art

Our chapter partnered with the TSU Ultimate Frisbee teams to throw an awesome end-of-the-semester dance party, complete with deejays and lights show. This joint effort brought in a colorfully diverse crowd in which we celebrated our semester with our campus community.

A few of our staff members helped out at an art auction in Kansas City, hosted by Maison de Naissance and a local artist. Proceeds were donated to Maison de Naissance.


ABOUT US

GlobeMed at Truman State University In 2006, two Truman students visited rural Haiti with a local NGO, Maison de Naissance, to help complete work on several community-based health projects. They returned to our campus eager to find a way to continue supporting Maison de Naissance's efforts to improve the health of mothers and babies and founded the GlobeMed chapter at Truman State. Since then, our chapter has grown from ten to over sixty members and has consistently and successfully funded projects such as bringing sustainable energy to the clinic with a solarpowered battery pack and inverter, creating educational materials for the midwifery staff and community health workers and supplying the clinic with much needed medical supplies.

since our founding in August 2006 , our chapter has grown from to members.

64

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MAISON DE NAISSANCE [WORKS IN LARNAGE, HAITI] POPULATION: 10,000

KEY FACT: One in every 16 women in Haiti will die during childbirth. KEY FACT: One in 12 babies will die before their first birthday.

Haiti has been continually plagued by imperialism, civil war, government corruption, economic turmoil and natural disasters for much of its history. Maison de Naissance, located in rural Southwestern Haiti, caters to the rural, uneducated poor who do not have access to sufficient medical care. Maison de Naissance strives to correct poor maternal health practices like giving birth alone and at home. In recent years, Haiti has been plagued by food shortages, hurricanes and a devastating earthquake. Maison de Naissance has faithfully served the Haitian people so adversely affected by these disasters.

[About Maison de Naissance] FOUNDED IN 2004 The Maison de Naissance Foundation is a non-profit maternal health organization based in Kansas City, Missouri. In 2004, the foundation established a birthing center in Larnage, Haiti called Maison de Naissance, meaning "house of birth" in French. Haiti is home to the highest infant and maternal mortality rates in the Western Hemisphere. By offering the services of a modern maternity center, impoverished women and children in rural southwestern Haiti now have access to the care they need through a culturally appropriate and friendly birthing home. Maison de Naissance has managed to drop the neonatal mortality rate in the area by two-thirds and currently employs over thirty Haitian staff members. GlobeMed at Truman State initiated a strong partnership with Maison de Naissance in Fall 2006.

Partner Contact: Jim Grant, Foundation Director

2010 – 2011 Annual Report

OUR PARTNER


MAISON DE NAISSANCE

&

GlobeMed at Truman State University

[Why maternal and infant health?] Healthy mothers mean healthy babies, and healthy babies lead to a better future for communities entrenched in poverty. Many of the most common causes of maternal and infant mortality are preventable, making poverty and the ensuing barriers to medical care the root causes of death during childbirth. When services are available, women will use them to have safer, planned pregnancies enabling them to raise healthy babies into thriving children. Maison de Naissance has worked hard to provide women with the knowledge and tools needed to empower them to make healthy decisions for themselves and their families. The flipbooks and brochures will be used as tools to influence healthy birthing practices in Haiti.

$1,000 TO FUND THE PRINTING OF THE EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS, THE SHIPPING OF THE MATERIALS TO HAITI, AND ANY ADDITIONAL COSTS ACCRUED FROM DISTRIBUTION.

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OUR PROJECT

Developing and producing health educational materials for use by Maison de Naissance's midwifery staff. This past year our chapter helped Maison de Naissance create a maternal health educational flipbook in Haitian Creole to be used by the midwifery staff. We funded the printing and distribution of the flipbooks as well as educational breastfeeding pamphlets. These two educational tools will be used extensively by the midwifery staff at Maison de Naissance and will influence the lives of the mothers who live in the Larnage region. The educational flipbook will also be used by the clinical staff and by health promoters at the clinic site as a guide to help mothers explore family planning options. The breastfeeding pamphlets will improve the local staff’s ability to impart important health messages using culturally competent photographs to effectively combat many of the common misconceptions about breastfeeding practices.


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

EVENTS TITLE

EVENT DESCRIPTION

$ MONEY RAISED

Fall Harvest for Haiti

Fall foods and hot drinks on the quad to raise money for our partner.

1,000

Benefit Dinner: Celebrating Haiti

We Celebrated Haiti with a dinner, silent auction and a positive keynote by Partners In Health and Still Harbor's Ed Cardoza.

2,500

New Members' Chili Dinner

We reached out to the Kirksville community with a community chili dinner filled with great food and live music.

300

Bottoms Up for Haiti

Wrongdaddy's donated all tips, donations and cover fees to Maison De Naissance.

1,573

Haitian Celebration

Haitian beans and rice and Creole music in a picnic-like setting on campus.

1,100

Coffee Sales

Donated coffee was sold weekly on campus.

Individual Giving

Donations from family and friends

200

RAVE

We celebrated the end of another year and danced all night long with students to raise money for our partner.

650

98

TOTAL FUNDS RAISED FOR MAISON DE NAISSANCE IN 2010 – 2011:

$7,421

Since 2006, GlobeMed at Truman State has raised over $27,000 for Maison de Naissance to support their work providing reliable, sustainable and quality healthcare to the rural poor in Haiti.


HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE YEAR Fall Harvest for Haiti DECEMBER 29, 2010 In the Fall we hosted a “Fall Harvest for Haiti” on our campus. We served hot apple cider, chili, and dessert to passing students in a tent decorated to resemble Maison de Naissance. Free carnival games were set up next to the tent. The event was festive and lively, successful in raising over $1000 for our chapter as well as raising awareness about GlobeMed and our partner at Truman State.

RAVE MAY 3, 2011 We ended the year with a bang! GlobeMed at Truman State co-hosted a RAVE during finals week. 350 Truman State students showed up to dance, dance, dance to upbeats by deejays Sheppa Peppa and Marvin Gardens and the crazy lights show kept us up 'til dawn. By the end of the night we had raised over $600 for Maison de Naissance. The night was a huge success thanks to our collaboration with the Truman State Ultimate Frisbee team and our Truman State peers.

2010 – 2011 Annual Report

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

21 DISCUSSIONS

07

EVENTS

07 TOPICS This past year, our chapter engaged in 20 discussions featuring 16 speakers, 2 TED Talks, 5 documentaries, and 8 presentations by general members. Favorite topics included: Salud!, a documentary showcasing Cuba’s global health initiatives and fieldwork, our health partnership liaison presenting on the successes and future needs of Maison de Naissance, and a visiting epidemiologist who presented case studies on infectious diseases in the developing world. Chapter members especially learned the importance of the role of the public sector and how proactive government policies can increase the effectiveness of global health initiatives. GHU discussions have provided an open platform to challenge our ideas and perceptions while still encouraging open conversation. This fostered an environment in which members could share their diversity of opinions and allowed for interdisciplinary interaction.

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

Social Awareness Film Festival: The Lost Boys of Sudan by Megan Mylan and John Shenk MARCH 31, 2011

Our chapter attended a showing of the documentary Lost Boys of Sudan, sponsored by our fellow Truman organization Students for Social Change. The movie followed the story of five young Dinka refugees from Sudan and their experiences transitioning from a refugee camp in Kenya to their new homes in the United States. After the movie, attendees discussed issues like legal guidance, government funding and protection given to these young men, and possible ways to help them succeed.

2010 – 2011 Annual Report

ON – CAMPUS EVENTS

Global Health Action Week MARCH 28 – APRIL 1, 2011 Global Health Action Week is a weeklong staple event in the spring at Truman State focused around education. The events for the week included a round-table discussion, movie night, "clinic on the quad", and guest speaker. Our organization was privileged to receive support from the TSU chapter of the American Medical Student Association in planning the clinic on the quad. All in all we had about 150 students from our campus join in the festivities of GHAW!.


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.

64 # OF COMMUNITY BUILDING EVENTS: 11 TOTAL # OF CHAPTER MEMBERS:

Community Building is key for such a large chapter. We integrated well 14 new members into our chapter. The mentorship program progressed around several new members events. Our chapter had a chance to relax and unwind at our dinner parties, bonfire and slip 'n slide. At our Fall retreat we mixed business with pleasure when we competed against one another in a barefoot soccer game, conversed lightly over great food and intensely discussed the impact of our chapter and our personal involvement and investment in this global health movement. Community Building is such an integral part in the success of our chapter.


WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE

GLOBEMED AT TRUMAN STATE UNIVERSITY 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 deserves ____.]

Everyone deserves

__________.

BEHIND THE SCENES: Truman State's GlobeMed chose to ask the question, "All people deserve _____." Our desire was to be a catalyst for our chapter, campus, and community into thinking about the most valuable and essential aspects of their lives in the context of our world and the global disparities that exist. We hope that the conversations we stimulated during World Day of Social Justice will result in further personal reflection and potential collaboration with GlobeMed, our partner, and our mission of utilizing solidarity, hard work, and pragmatic partnership to begin shifting the social, economic and political structures in order to protect the health and dignity of all. MORE WDSJ ACTION ----------------------------------"Haiti One Year Later" with Truman State's Women's Resource Center [Our chapter partnered with the Women's Resource Center to host a discussion about Haiti one year after the earthquake. The event was open to the public and 50 people attended ready to engage in meaningful conversation.

WE ASKED OVER 150 PEOPLE AT TRUMAN STATE UNIVERSITY.

HERE’S HOW THEY RESPONDED >>


WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE GlobeMed at Truman State University asked 150 people to answer the question,

Everyone deserves _________.

View more responses: www.imagine2030.org/wdsj

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PHOTO RESPONSES


2011 GLOBAL HEALTH SUMMIT

2011 DELEGATES: Ann Bruno, Pat Casey, Emily Denight, Ashley Hartman, Summer Jensen, Emily John, Hazar Khidir, Betsy Koehne, Kyle LaVelle, Erin Medin, Nicholas Presley, Allison Coffelt, Samuel Spencer

"At the GlobeMed Summit, the people we meet, the educational presentations, and the time we spend only tell half of the story. More importantly, but harder to quantify, is the opportunity the Summit affords us to re-energize after a year of work and look forward. For those few days, hope is palpable and the outpouring of optimism is beyond measure. We catch a glimpse into the future of our movement and recognize its promise.“

-- Allison Coffelt, c/o 2011

April 7 – 10 in Evanston, IL Featuring Honorary Keynote

DR. JOIA MUKHERJEE Chief Medical Officer, Partners in Health


“GlobeMed has introduced me to many genuine people who are truly dedicated and committed to global health equality. Through these interactions, my knowledge on global health issues has grown immensely and so has my passion for working towards the changes that can be made.” – Ashley Hartman, c/o 2011 As we begin preparations for a new year, our chapter is seeking new ways to expand and improve our presence on campus and our relationship with our partner, Maison de Naissance. These places play crucial roles in mobilizing our chapter to help mommies and babies in Larnage, Haiti. GlobeMed at Truman State has grown tremendously as a presence on our campus and has undoubtedly become one of the most well respected organizations among students, professors, and administrators. We hope to continue earning this esteem by working hard to bring together individuals and businesses, students and professors, campus and clinic into a partnership that promotes global health equity for all. During the next year, we hope to instigate more personal community-building activities like member spotlights and adventuring into the social media frontier with a new blog, Twitter, and Facebook to better communicate with our members and supporters. Furthermore, we have plans to engage in consistent community work in our Kirksville community to bridge the gap between our partner in rural Haiti and our own economically disadvantaged community in rural Missouri. As we continue to challenge ourselves each year with a more meaningful project, please consider donating to our efforts to ensure the sustainability of Maison de Naissance, either on our Razoo page or via snail mail. Donate today at http://www.razoo.com/story/GlobeMed-At-Truman-State-University or contact us directly at truman@globemed.org.

2010 – 2011 Annual Report

OUR FUTURE


CHAPTER FINANCES In 2010 – 2011, GlobeMed at Truman State University raised $7,850.83 for Maison de Naissance to support projects in Torbeck, Haiti. CAMPAIGN DONATIONS

OPERATIONS

TOTAL REVENUE

Revenue Events

$7,221

$7,221

$200

$200

$429.83

$429.83

Individual Giving Organizations Operations (i.e. member dues) SUBTOTAL

$7,850.83

CAMPAIGN DONATIONS

$1,170

$1,170

$1,170

$9,020.83

OPERATIONS & GRANTS

TOTAL

Current Finances Cash Reserves

$300

$300

EXISTING BALANCE

$300

$300


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

“Like” us on Facebook to find out about upcoming events. http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=11757795490

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

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

Follow us on twitter at http://twitter.com/#!/TSUGlobeMed

Find our chapter on http://www.razoo.com/story/Globe-Med-AtTruman-State-University and make a donation to support our partner and project today.

WANT TO REACH US IN 2011 2012?

CONTACT: Betsy Koehne and Summer Jensen E-MAIL: truman@globemed.org elk4185@truman.edu syj6243@truman.edu

2010 – 2011 Annual Report

STAY CONNECTED


EXECUTIVE BOARD Co-Presidents

Ann Bruno • annmbruno@gmail.com Pat Casey • patcasey349@gmail.com

Director of globalhealthU

Ashley Hartman • abh1764@truman.edu

Campaign Coordinators

Erin Medin • eem3677@truman.edu

Directors of Community Building

Sadie Nelson• sadienlsn@gmail.com Summer Jensen • syj6243@truman.edu

Director of Finances

Stephanie Fritz • sef2886@truman.edu

Secretary Director of Communications

Hazar Khidir • hhk8712@truman.edu Michelle Riefe • mer3327@truman.edu

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

INDIVIDUALS

ORGANIZATIONS

Dr. Mark Appold,

Professor Melissa Holcomb,

Alpha Tau Omega,

Ed Cardoza,

Dr. Michael Kelrick,

The Dukum Inn,

Dave and Sally Carter,

Dr. Bob Palinkus,

Mary Immaculate Church,

John Dahlman,

Dr. Lin Twining,

Sigma Tau Delta,

Heather Ehlert,

Bo Burasco,

Partners In Health,

Dr. Julie Flowerday,

Sheppa Peppa,

Sodexo,

Daniel Gosch,

Marvin Gardins

Students for Social Change,

Jim Grant,

TSODA, Wrong Daddy's, TSU Ultimate Frisbee teams


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.

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