As Director of Communication at the Ministry of Digital Economy and Communications of Benin in , I designed and implemented communication strategies for the Minister and the Ministry. Amit Madheshiya Delegate. The film has played a hundred and twenty five film festivals worldwide. Amitabha Sadangi Delegate. Master in Labour and Social Welfare with an additional degree in Law. Doctorate in Social Research.
Using market based approach to reduce poverty, hunger and mal nutrition. Have assisted 2 million small holders farm families in India to overcome income poverty by using IDE-India promoted small scale irrigation technologies. Amos Odero Delegate. International development professional with over eight years of work experience and extensive international exposure, particularly in Sub Saharan Africa. This work includes program development and implementation monitoring, budget review, and knowledge sharing. Amy Herskovitz Delegate. Amy Herskovitz has over a decade of experience in scaling social enterprises, nonprofit governance, coaching social change leaders and creating supportive networks of and for social change agents.
She is currently building a new charitable entity, Fortitude Fund, and is working as a senior advisor for Videre Est Credere among others. Prior to Fortitude Fund, Amy was founding director of The Pershing Square Foundation and was responsible for creation of the strategy as well as overseeing the majority of grants made over 10 years.
She sits on a number of boards and has spent decades working and teaching in the Mental Health arena. Amy resides in New York City. Amy Low Delegate. Before joining Emerson, Amy served as chief advocacy and engagement officer at Landesa, a non-governmental organization committed to reducing rural poverty by helping the poor to secure land rights. Amy Mullen Delegate. Chief Development Officer, Root Capital. Utilizing a mix of philanthropy and investment capital, Root Capital invests in the growth of agricultural enterprises so they can transform rural communities.
With growth these businesses become engines of impact that can raise incomes, create jobs, empower women and young people, sustain peace and preserve vulnerable ecosystems. Amy has over two decades of experience securing partnerships and vital financial resources for mission-driven not-for-profit organizations across the spectrum of policy, advocacy, campaigning, and program implementation. Prior to joining Root Capital in October , Amy worked at Oxfam America as the Director of Institutional Support where she managed relationships with foundations, corporate funders, and bilateral and multilateral institutions to secure support for long-term development programming and humanitarian response in the US and globally.
In addition to her experience in international development, Amy started her career at the intersection of people, environment, and development with roles at the Trust for Public Land and Sierra Club. Amy Walburn Delegate. Amy brings over 10 years of diverse international and nonprofit management experience to her work with Last Mile Health, previously working as a project manager at the American University of Beirut and as Director of Financial Reporting at Fonkoze in Haiti. Ana Bakshi Delegate.
Anandana is an entrepreneurial ecosystem builder, dedicated to driving forward inclusive social and economic impact. She is committed to tackling global challenges around diversity, education and employability, including focusing on increasing the number of female-founded ventures, and on building UK and Europes start-up ecosystem. The Foundry focuses on upskilling students in technology, leadership, and building ventures.
She is a trustee of Ascend Charity, which provides key skills to hard-to-reach and marginalised groups. Ana Morales Delegate. Ana Morales is a London based, Mexican activist and strategic philanthropist. She has worked for over 20 years in violence prevention, education and poverty eradication, with particular emphasis in Latin-America. Alongside her work with us at Glasswing, Ana is a Founding Member of Maverick Collective, an initiative to transform the lives of women and girls around the world. Ana Pantelic Delegate. Ana Pantelic is social entrepreneur with a decade of experience working at the intersection of systems change, social innovation, and economic opportunity.
She is also Founder of LISTA, a digital initiative proven to build the financial health of low-income and vulnerable people at scale, which has been used by more than half a million people and been embedded into national social protection policies, spanning ten countries.
Specializing in poverty reduction through the lens of finance, with expertise in technology and women's economic empowerment, she develops evidence-based hybrid solutions to achieve social impact at scale. She has published a number of academic and technical articles in three languages, including the book "Disrupting Poverty in Developing Countries" in the Serbian language.
She has lived and worked on three continents and spoken at conferences across 20 countries. Ana Saenz de Miera Delegate. Leadership Group Member, Ashoka. Clinical psychologyst and Masters Degree in Humanities, I have worked for 15 years in the social sector. I am oriented towards social entrepreneurship and project creation, new leaderhsip and system change. I am 38 years old. Married and mother of four daughters. Today, at Ashoka, I am coleading a global movement that brings together social entrepreneurs, companies, public administration, youth and schools to work towards a society where everyone realizes their changemaking potential.
Anab Jain Speaker. Anab Jain is a filmmaker, designer and futurist. She creates worlds, stories and tools that provoke and inspire us to engage with the precarity of our rapidly changing world. Over the last 15 years, Anab has gained international recognition for her work and commentary on design, innovation, emerging technologies and complex futures.
Anas Aremeyaw Anas Speaker. Anas Aremeyaw Anas is an undercover journalist, attorney and private detective working in Ghana and across the African continent. In disguise, he finds his way into asylums, brothels, prisons, orphanages and villages, where he methodically gathers evidence for hard-hitting stories -- then presents the evidence to authorities to see criminals prosecuted.
On the 6th May Anas released Number 12, so named because corruption was the "12th player on the football team". He was later banned for life by FIFA. In the weeks following, other figures such as Super Eagles Coach Salisu Yusuf were found to be involved in the scandal. Two years prior, Anas went undercover for two years to expose a total of 34 judges engaged in corruption-related activities. Anas currently works as a lead reporter on Africa Investigates, a documentary series on Al Jazeera, which empowers African journalists to investigate and tell their own stories.
Under the Africa Investigates project, Anas has so far produced over ten 10 award-winning investigative documentaries across the continent. He is best known for his works in anti-corruption and human rights, for which he has won countless national and international awards.
Anbreen Ajaib Delegate. She is working in the development sector for last 20 years and her experience ranges from the grass root level to the senior management level. She also has a diploma in Social Enterprise Management from Lahore. Anbreen has worked with international and national organizations in different capacities. She is a qualified trainer and has conducted a number of trainings on gender issues and child rights with participants of different profiles ranging from community groups to government officials, lawyers, media persons, police, development professionals and parliamentarians.
Coming from a rural background of district Chakwal, Anbreen carries her own experiences of development issues and strengths of rural areas. This combination of personal experiences, professionalism and activism has made Anbreen an asset for the civil society in Pakistan. Andrea Apponi Delegate.
Andrea Coleman Delegate. My mother inculcated my impatience with inequality — particularly that experienced by women and children. My father, a motorcycle-racing engineering innovator, influenced my fascination with motorcycles and sport. My formal education was sparse as I preferred to be out riding motorcycles than going to school. But I was always interested in making money work to help people.
When I was forty, my husband, Barry, and I witnessed women in rural Africa with no access to health care being taken in labour to a clinic on an ox cart or in a wheelbarrow. We talked to health professionals who walk long distances on harsh terrain to reach their communities.
All this because of lack of transport. It made me really angry. I felt it was unreasonable. These factors and a need to make the economics of transport manageable in a poor economy made sense of my background and parents. All health systems needs transport for goods, services and referrals. Transport needs to be maintained — providing jobs and saving assets. Without transport any attempt at a health system meets failure.
Without vehicle management vehicles fail quickly and expensively. We founded Riders for Health 30 years ago. Andrea Crossnan Delegate. The World is carried on almost public radio stations and reaches a weekly broadcast audience of three million listeners across the United States and Canada.
She is a journalist, and she has a System Analysis degree, as well as a specialization in Economics.
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She has worked as a writer for companies like O Estado de S. Andreas Zeller Delegate. Open Capital supports entrepreneurs to refine strategy, improve operations, partner with impact investors and advise development partners to deliver innovative approaches to support the entrepreneurial eco-system. In , we expanded and founded Arcadia to address the critical talent gap in Africa by building exceptional professionals and providing seconded staff to help our clients execute.
Andrew Cairns Delegate. Before joining the team, Andrew held several management positions with a number of multinational companies, both in Australia and internationally, including more than 15 years with the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Group. Under his leadership, Community Telco saw increased shareholder value, profit growth, and the deployment of a national franchise network.
These roles followed a sixteen year career that spanned a range of strategic and management roles in the engineering, mining and pay TV industries. He also brings with him an intimate knowledge of the not-for-profit world as a board director of Haven; Home, Safe and Loddon Mallee Housing Services. Andrew Jack Delegate. Andrew Jack is global education editor for the Financial Times, writing on educational issues around the world and editorial lead for the free FT schools programme www. He was previously head of curated content, deputy editor of the big read section, pharmaceuticals correspondent, and a foreign correspondent in France and Russia.
Andrew Sawyer Delegate. He has also been involved with a broad range of civic, healthcare, and charitable activities. Andy Bryant Speaker. Andy Bryant joined the foundation as Executive Director in He also served as a Princeton in Africa Fellow. Andy believes that local solutions are the best solutions. Andy Thornton Delegate. Andy is Director of Sourcing and Impact at Pacha Soap; he works to use the power of brands and blockchain technology to shorten smallholder farmer supply chains and create targeted, sustainable premiums for farmers.
He has 14 years experience working in supply chains, development , business growth and project management, with a Sub-Saharan Africa focus. Ange Muyubira Delegate. With a vision to challenge the cycle of poverty, Ange Muyubira set out on a mission to rewrite the social impact narrative of her home country Burundi. At the same time, she is shaping the East African region as rising fashion hub.
Having had to flee the country due to political conflicts in , Ange found herself working for different high-end fashion designers based in London, such as Chanel, Carolina Herrera, Tom Ford etc. There, she would gain an invaluable expertise of the fashion industry. Returning to Burundi, she decided to support development in her community.
By combining her passion for fashion and indigenous techniques from East Africa and the will to make a difference, she implemented the Kaz'O'zah social impact model. This has made Ange a sought after speaker in countless international conferences. She was also listed among 50 influential persons in Burundi in Angela Gichaga Delegate. Angeliki Kosmopoulou Delegate. After an early career in archaeology and cultural management, I worked for 15 years in communications, for a broad clientele including multinational companies, small businesses, public and private organizations, politicians, artists and scholars.
Laskaridis Charitable Foundation. Moreover, I advise organizations promoting equality in business and politics and mentor startuppers and career changers in Greece. Angeline Chin Delegate. In this position, she will play an important role in designing the strategic giving for JNJ and communicating JNJ's social impact efforts both internally and externally across enterprise in this region. Her role there was similar, working with partners across 13 countries in Asia focusing on education for the disadvantaged.
Angeline brings over 20 years of experience from the private sector, not-for-profit organizations and government. She started her career as a regulator with the Securities Commission Malaysia and has been working in the financial services sector throughout her career. She is a Harvard Mason fellow. Anina Tweed Delegate. As a Senior Manager for Business Development at Living Goods, Anina Tweed supports the growth of high-impact community health systems in East Africa by scoping, shaping, and stewarding partnerships with leading corporate and foundation donors.
Prior to joining Living Goods, Anina worked in community development finance as a Development and Communications Officer for the Low Income Investment Fund LIIF — a leading community development financial institution investing in building affordable housing, health centers, and schools in low-income communities within the US. She is based in San Francisco, where she enjoys exploring the California coast and attending music and art events. Ann Cotton Delegate. Ann Cotton is Founder and Board member of CAMFED, an international non-profit organisation tackling poverty and inequality in sub-Saharan Africa by supporting girls to go to school and succeed, and empowering young women to step up as leaders of change.
In , Camfed was recognised by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development for best practice in taking development innovation to scale. Ann Mei Chang Delegate. Anna Birney Speaker. Anna is Director at Forum for the Future where she leads their systems change capacity building work. She found the School of System Change which seeks to build an international learning community of change makers using systemic practices to address complex challenges of our times. She also runs and coaches a number of initiatives including the Marine CoLAB and works with organisations from foundations such as OSF, Caluste Gulbenkian, civil society organisations and businesses.
She also cultivates living change inquiries into deeper questions that look to challenge the deeper structures and mental models of the way we live and work. She is the author of Cultivating System Change: A practitioners companion which is based on her PhD of the same title. Anna Bouchier Delegate. Anna is overseeing the Swiss and European development of APOPO, a ground-breaking organization promoting the use of Detection Rat Technology for humanitarian purposes, such as mine action and tuberculosis detection, based on the extraordinary sense of smell of giant African pouched rats.
Anna started her career at UNIDO in operational follow-up and technical coordination of field offices, before joining Ashoka, a global network of social entrepreneurs, where she supported the development of their fledgling foundation in Switzerland, and their program to promote hybrid economic models.
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Anna joined the Small Foundation executive team in Since then, she has worked alongside Small Foundation partners to build the business ecosystem for rural enterprises that improve the lives of people living in poverty in rural sub-Saharan Africa. Anna Patton Delegate. Managing editor at Pioneers Post, the UK-based social enterprise magazine with a global audience. We are a social enterprise ourselves, with profits supporting our community of readers.
Formerly freelance journalist, communications consultant and media facilitator, with a particular focus on youth and international development. On Purpose Fellow. Anna Piennaar Delegate. Anna has extensive experience in international development, including direct field experience in poverty alleviation; education; microfinance; and human rights programming in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Anna Zimmermann Jin Delegate. Anna has eight years of experience in the global health and environmental fields, spanning research, consulting, and program management. Previously, at Impact Carbon, she provided technical and carbon finance consulting to clean cookstove and water treatment projects serving low-income communities in Asia and Africa. Anna is proficient in Mandarin and lived in China for more than two years, where she completing research projects focused on environmental improvements made for the Olympics and the contribution of household energy use to air pollution and adverse health impacts.
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Anna earned an M. Annabelle Townley Delegate. Through my role, I work closely with faculty, programme directors, and administrators at the School. Anne Avis Delegate. She is an informal advisor to the Irrawaddy News Group, based in Myanmar. They have three grown children.
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She was raised in Massachusetts and is a graduate of Williams College. Anne Marie Burgoyne Delegate. Anne Marie Burgoyne is the Managing Director, Social Innovation at the Emerson Collective where she manages the investment process for non-profit social entrepreneurs and innovators in a wide array of sectors, including education, immigration, social justice and the environment.
Her work spans across domestic and international geographies with a focus on strong leaders and strong models that have the momentum to scale and create systems change. Before entering the non-profit arena, Anne Marie was on the executive team of a technology services company and an investment banker. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and two terrific girls and enjoys walking, yoga, cooking and cabaret singing.
Annie Theriault Delegate. She is an experienced investor and lender across multiple sectors and stages who also chairs the investment committee of The Big Push, an accelerator for women-led tech companies, and is an advisor to the CEO of FrontFundr, a Canadian fintech company. Annie gained her experience as a lender while consulting with a US-based fintech company specializing in accounts receivable financing and term loans to CPG companies and as a senior executive for Grenville Strategic Royalty Corp.
Annie spent her early career in capital markets primarily focusing on quantitative products and traded assets. Annie obtained her Ph. D designation. Anselm Kenneth Delegate. I attended the event in When my grandad Dr.
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I'm motivated to follow his footstep. A difficult path but nothing is easy. This event is a big deal for me. Since this is my final year at university. I would like follow my dream to become like my grandpaa. This is a good platform for me. Anshu Gupta Delegate. Starting as a freelance jour-nalist, Anshu left a corporate job in and founded Goonj with a mission to make clothing a matter of concern and to bring it among the list of subjects to work on, for the development sector.
Under his leadership Goonj has taken the menacing growth of urban waste and used it efficiently as a tool to trigger large scale rural development work. By creating barter between two new currencies; labor of the beneficiaries and old material of cities, Anshu has built the genesis of a parallel economy which is not just cash based but trash based. Anshu brings to the table an instinctive empathy and connect with people by dignifying the act of giving. By using what the world considers a part of the problem i.
In the macro picture Anshu has identified some basic needs outside the radar of the development sector and the civil society, that too by structuring imaginative solutions using urban waste. The citation of Magsaysay award, known as Noble of Asia , conferred to him in summerises it well in a few words. Anshu Taneja Delegate. Country Director, VisionSpring. He is also a Science Graduate from St. Anshu has several years of experience working across different countries and sectors in the variety of roles.
Anshu has been leading VisionSpring in India since and has grown its impact 7-fold. VisionSpring is poised to touch 1 million people annually in India by providing clear vision through eyeglasses. Anshu is a Fellow of the Aspire Circle, a forum for promoting enlightened social leadership. His interests include running, movies, and travelling. Anshu is passionate about leveraging business principles to change the world. Anthony Bennett Delegate. Director of Development, Global Witness. Anthony Bennett is a Director at Global Witness, a global NGO seeking to protect human rights and the environment by fearlessly confronting corruption and challenging the systems that enable it.
He has twenty years experience of cultural enterprise and international development experience, having worked at a senior level in philanthropy across the cultural, educational and environmental sectors. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Antonella Broglia Delegate. Antonella Broglia, born in Modena, Italy. In the last 11 years she has been volunteering for Ashoka in Spain Italy and other eurpean countries, helping the american foundation for social enreprenurship develop its awareness, and the awareness of its fellows. She has also directed a youth version of the conference for 6 years, where none older tan 20 appeared on stage.
Antonella is also Senior Ambassador for Europe of the TEDx program She has been an actor in the spanish company Theatre for the people for the last 9 years. She is a professional host and moderator in national and international congresses and meetings. She is a professor of public speaking for post graduated students, CEOs, teen agers and politicians. Antonio Dominguez Delegate. Anu Bhatnager Delegate. Ashoka believes the world needs all citizens to be empowered to create positive change.
We identify and cultivate system-changing social entrepreneurs solving deep-rooted social problems. We support them through the Ashoka Fellowship, which is the world's largest network of social entrepreneurs. We learn from the patterns in their innovation to mobilize a global changemaking community to transform institutions, systems and cultures worldwide.
Anubha Rawat Delegate. The DAK Foundation is a private foundation based in Australia that looks for practical, efficient and cost-effective solutions in healthcare delivery, and mainly works in East Africa and Asia. DAK primarily focuses on three areas — maternal and child health programmes, focussed on birth injury repair and family planning, restorative eye surgery and the distribution of medical equipment. Anubha has over 15 years of experience in the international development sector and has worked extensively in East Africa and South Asia through her previous work.
Anup Akkihal Delegate. Anup Akkihal is an action researcher with two decades experience engineering complex systems, building diverse teams, and crafting strategy across industries — from defense to healthcare. This work has strengthened rural access to essential products, improved market linkages for village producers, and in the spirit of sustainability, has enabled local participation and decreased the carbon footprint these activities would have otherwise made. Anupah Makoond Delegate. Anupah has spent the last five years working on projects aimed at consolidating peace in countries affected by violent conflict.
She is also co-chair of the Oxford Africa Conference. Prior to arriving at Oxford, Anupah worked with Interpeace and the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, where she supported dialogue processes and conflict data initiatives in several conflict affected countries including the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Guatemala, Timor-Leste and Burkina Faso, among others. Prior to her work with peacebuilding organisations and humanitarian agencies, Anupah led advocacy efforts on drug policies and harm reduction programmes in her home country of Mauritius.
Aoife McArdle Delegate. Her passion is combining innovation and disruption with opportunity for social impact and economic empowerment. Her team focuses on unlocking the power of the Experiences platform to help local non-profits and NGOs connect with new supporters and raise individual giving. Prior to this role, Aoife was General Counsel for Airbnb in Europe, Middle East and Africa where she played an instrumental role in the development of the first home sharing regulations.
Aoife has over 17 years of experience working in game changing businesses including Skype and Apple.
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Aparna Hegde Delegate. Aparna Hegde is a leading Urogynecologist in India. Aprile Age Delegate. Under her leadership, the McNulty Foundation has established several initiatives that support individuals who strive to make a difference. A cross-disciplinarian by intent, her experience and background spans diverse domains, sectors and geographies.
Arbind Singh Delegate. Executive Director, Nidan. An activist and a social entrepreneur, he has been empowering informal workers by getting new laws ,polices and programs and by securing their access to markets, financial services and technology. Organizing the informal workers across India has been his forte along with building collaborations to set up new models of development of informal workers.
He played a pioneer role in getting a Street Vendors Act in India which empowers millions of street vendors against eviction and harrassment. He was elected as Ashoka and Eisenhower Fellow in He was also awarded at the first innovation forum set up by the Govt of Bihar in Ari Johnson Delegate. Over the past twelve years, Ari has supported Muso to design and build Proactive Care, a strategy for rapid, universal access to care. A recent study documented how communities Muso serves have achieved and sustained a rate of child death lower than any country in Sub-Saharan Africa for five years running.
Building upon these findings, the Muso team launched one of the world's largest randomized controlled trials involving Community Health Workers. Muso currently cares for , patients, and supports the Malian government's national effort to connect more than 18 million people with health care. He has published peer-reviewed articles and essays in the fields of infectious disease, health systems design, socioeconomic determinants of health, AIDS, and migration.
Ariane Campbell Delegate. Ariane has been with the Mastercard Foundation since , and is currently an Associate Program Manager. Before joining the Foundation, Ariane worked for 6 years in international education, first as a teacher, and then in educational recruitment for a large K public education reform.
Aric Noboa Delegate. Aric Noboa serves as the President and Executive Producer of Discovery Learning Alliance DLA , a nonprofit organization using the power of media to transform education and improve lives in marginalized communities around the world. Through entertaining movies and television programs, DLA generates social change and engages tens of millions of people around education, life skills, gender, the environment and public health.
Current media projects include a short-form, animated series focused on life skills for young people and two new narrative features. Before Discovery, Aric was legislative staff to a member of the US House of Representatives, a community health volunteer in Benin, and an assistant teacher. Arieh Mimran Delegate. Arieh dedicates himself to using finance as a force for good. In , he co-founded to.
Arieh became involved in the family business at a young age, working closely with his brother Nachson. In , Arieh helped create the Fondation Marie-Louise Mimran, a charitable foundation devoted to healthcare, education, and athletics in Senegal. Still actively involved, Arieh continues to advise the board on its strategy. While studying at Princeton University, Arieh collaborated with his professors to conduct a series of novel sociological studies on finance and elites that shed light on how financial resources, power, and prestige contribute to inequality.
He places his insights at the service of foundations and family businesses to help design governance systems that facilitate alignment of interests between various stakeholders. Arieh built the Mimran family office and investment program. As CEO, he oversees strategy across the global portfolio. Arlene Isaacs-Lowe Delegate. Isaacs-Lowe has melded her professional expertise with her philanthropic interest by serving on the boards of several non-profit organizations including Howard University School of Business, The Executive Leadership Council, Enterprise Community Investments and Northside Center.
Arturo Benito Delegate. Throughout most of my career I have combined my professional career in Investment Management primarily at Morgan Stanley and Equilibria Capital with my personal involvement in Non-Profit organizations. I started a social enterprise in Cambodia and a Non-Profit in Peru. We firmly believe that everything meaningful that Humankind has achieved has been through our ability to cooperate in a massive way.
Impact Bridge has the mission of promoting quality Impact Investing by encouraging the collaboration of the different stake holders. We help Foundations, Families and Institutional Investors invest in Impact and bring about social change. Through our non-profit arm, Impact Bridge Foundation, we sponsor PhDs and other research programs in impact measurement, we organize events to promote Impact Investing and we train future leaders in the Impact space. I am an alumni of Harvard Business School. Arunma Oteh Delegate. Oteh has been an Academic Scholar at St.
She was the Treasurer of the World Bank from to Prior to joining the World Bank, Ms. In , in recognition of her contribution to the economic development of Nigeria and role in transforming the Nigerian capital markets, she was awarded the Officer of the Order of the Niger OON National Honor. Asher Hasan Delegate. Asher Hasan is a disruptive innovator and a serial entrepreneur in the areas of digital health and financial inclusion.
Asher can often be seen hurtling down alpine ski slopes, is a voracious reader and loves to cruise the Caribbean. Istanbul, Bali and Rio de Janeiro are his favorite destinations for spiritual rejuvenation.
Ashley Clark Delegate. Ashley has a deep passion for driving impact in the healthcare sector to help improve the quality of lives for all. She is also a social entrepreneur dedicated to doing well by doing good. A lifelong philanthropist and connector, Ashley was inspired to use her skills to start a business at the intersection of profit and purpose which led her to Global Health Corps.
She is now thrilled to be leveraging all of these skills at GHC to help further expand the massive impact of tomorrow's healthcare leaders. The online collection contains roughly 34, images by 4, artists, but only named artists with oil paintings in the database are listed alphabetically here.
The painter's name is followed by a title of one of their paintings and its location, which is hosted on the WGA website. For painters with more than one painting in the WGA collection, or for paintings by unnamed or unattributed artists, see the Web Gallery of Art website or the corresponding Wikimedia Commons painter category. Of the 2, painters in the WGA database, over a quarter are Italians and about a third were born in the 17th-century, and they are mostly men.
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