CSIS Atlanta Summit: “Sustaining U.S. Leadership in Global Health and Water”
Hollywood, Health & Society Director Sandra de Castro Buffington participated in the Atlanta Summit on May 21 titled “Sustaining U.S. Leadership in Global Health and Water.”
The conference, which was co-sponsored by the Center for Strategic & International Studies, the World Affairs Council of Atlanta and CARE USA, outlined the “principles and policies that will be needed to sustain America’s leadership in improving people’s health worldwide.“ It featured leading representatives from government, non-governmental organizations, business, universities and others.
Buffington took part in a discussion titled “Public Opinion on U.S. Support for Global Health” with co-panelists Dr. Mollyann Brodie, vice president and director of public opinion and media research, Kaiser Family Foundation; Michael Elliott, president and CEO, the ONE Campaign; and Kevin Riley, editor of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. It was moderated by Dr. J. Stephen Morrison, director of the CSIS Global Health Policy Center, a leading policy research institution focused on building bipartisan awareness about global health and its importance to U.S. national security.
All audio and video from this event will be available here.