Global Health Corps Welcomes 6th Class Of Fellows

Associated Press: Bush’s daughter leads global health group
“…[Barbara] Bush, twin sister Jenna Bush Hager and four others went on to create Global Health Corps in 2008. The group places young professionals and recent college graduates in fellowships with health organizations in the United States and Africa for a year of service to improve health care access. … She spoke to the Associated Press on Friday as Global Health Corps planned to welcome its sixth class of fellows at Yale University for more than two weeks of training…” (Christoffersen, 6/28).

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