New Washington Global Health Alliance CEO Dena Morris Speaks With Devex About Policymaking, Advocacy In Trump Era

Devex: ‘The idea of America First has a lot of potential:’ Q&A with the new CEO of Washington Global Health Alliance
“The Washington Global Health Alliance has appointed Dena Morris as its new president and CEO, it announced on Thursday, ending a three-month search to replace founding director Lisa Cohen, who had run the organization for a decade. … Morris, former director of the Washington, D.C., office of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, will start her new role on Monday. She shared her thoughts with Devex about how a collective voice from Washington State is more important than ever in the context of an ‘America First’ administration in Washington, D.C…” (Cheney, 3/31).

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