Global Health & Development Alumni Network
Created by a group of young alumni passionate about global health and international development, the Global Health and Development Network (GHDAN) works in partnership with the Global Health Program to:
1. Connect graduates interested in global health and development with one another and with more experienced alumni working in these fields,
2. Foster mentorship, innovation, and collaboration among Cornell alumni and students in the fields of global health and development,
3. Support the growth of the Global Health Program at Cornell as well as undergraduate students interested in global health, through the provision of scholarships and internship opportunities.
In 2014, the GHDAN launched the Global Health and Development Mentorship Program, which matches alumni to undergraduates with similar career goals and interests within the fields of global health and development. If you are an alumna/alumnus interested in mentoring an undergraduate student who has completed their experiential learning, email Julia Krauss (email@example.com). If you are current undergraduate student who has completed their experiential learning, contact Hannah James (hoj4) for more information on how to get involved. The GHDAN also works to connect alumni in various regions, including D.C., New York, and internationally.
There are also digests sent out to the alumni network with updates on upcoming events, happenings on the Ithaca campus, and more. Click below to see past digests.