Washington Global Health Alliance Director Lisa Cohen Talks About Importance Of Partnerships Under Trump Administration In Devex Interview

Devex: Q&A: What Washington state can teach DC about public health collaboration
“At a moment when U.S. politics have rarely felt so divided, Washington state — not Washington, D.C. — might offer a model worth watching. That’s according to Lisa Cohen, founder and executive director of the Washington Global Health Alliance, a coalition of leading global health organizations in the state. Their work building partnerships in the sector has won champions on both sides of the political aisle. … Devex caught up with Cohen about the incoming Donald Trump administration, how the WGHA model is spreading to other states and global cities, and why collaboration is more important now than ever before…” (Cheney, 12/8).

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