Global LGBT Health & Rights
The annual LGBT Health Forum is a high profile public event that showcases the accomplishments of LGBT Health Policy and Practice students and shines a spotlight on vital health issues facing LGBT people in the United States and globally, including such topics as insurance reform, DOMA, human rights, and HIV/AIDS, among others. The Forum features talks and a roundtable discussion with researchers, activists, and policy experts in the area of focus. Participants take stock of progress and share ideas in person as well as through a simultaneous worldwide webcast of the event to those unable to attend in person. The event also offers several ways for the program to recognize and promote corporate, foundation, and individual donors.
Terri Harris Reed, Ph.D.
Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion, George Washington University
Stephen Forssell, Ph.D.
Founding Director, LGBT Health Graduate Certificate Program
Sharon Glezen, M.D.
CERT ‘14 LGBT Health Policy & Practice
Ben Vinson III, Ph.D.
Dean of Columbian College of Arts & Sciences, George Washington University
Nils Daulaire, M.D.
Former Assistant Secretary for Global Affairs, United States Department of Health and Human Services
President, AIDS Healthcare Foundation
Ntlotleng Mabena, M.D.
Chief Operations Officer, Centre for HIV and AIDS Prevention Studies
Senior Advisor, the Council for Global Equality. Founder, International Gay & Lesbian Human Rights Commission
Javier Vasquez, J.D.
Human Rights Law Advisor, Pan-American Health Organization, Regional Office of the World Health Organization
2012 Gordon E. Moore Award recipient at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair
Nils Daulaire, Julie Dorf, Javier Vasquez and Michael Weinstein
Maeve McKean, J.D., M.S.F.S.
Senior Advisor for Human Rights, Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator, U.S. Department of State
Moderated by Stephen Forssell, Ph.D.