They have the skills to lead multidisciplinary teams and improve health services for us all.
Former deputy director, Frontline Health Workers Coalition
Samantha Rick served as an advocacy and policy officer at IntraHealth International and as deputy director of the Frontline Health Workers Coalition. Previously, she worked with the USAID Bureau for Global Health and the Smithsonian Institution Office of International Relations. She received her master's degree in anthropology of development and social transformation from the University of Sussex.
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