Location: CMB SE Asia Office in Bangkok, Thailand
The Equity Initiative (www.equityinitiative.org) is looking for a talented and creative individual to help build and develop our new and growing Equity Initiative fellows network. This is a unique opportunity to be hands-on in the early stages of our efforts to develop lifelong networks/equity communities for our fellows with the aim of improving health equity in Southeast Asia and China. We aim to build a dynamic, supportive partnership with our Senior Fellows and other key stakeholders to facilitate collaboration and optimize opportunity to fulfill our mission “[to] inspire and equip young leaders as transformative agents for health equity through: (1) generating fellows’ knowledge, competencies, and dedication; (2) building enabling equity communities in countries/region; and (3) increasing policies and programs to tackle health inequities” in the region. A successful candidate will demonstrate creativity and the ability to develop, manage, and sustain relationships.
The EI Fellows Relations Manager works under the guidance and leadership of the CMB Regional Director/Equity Initiative Executive Director and the Program Director. This management position will be responsible for all aspects of relationship management, primary communication, and activities directed towards the EI’s Senior Fellows (also known as Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity in Southeast Asia). The role will be key to building and supporting EI Senior Fellows programming and fostering ongoing engagement with the wider Atlantic Fellows Programs (AFPs) network. This team member has the following responsibilities to be carried out in coordination with other members of the EI team:
1) Fellows Community
2) Equity Communities beyond Fellows
3) Public Communications & Networking
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The Equity Initiative (EI) is a program under the China Medical Board (CMB) to nurture and facilitate the development of a new generation of health equity leaders in Asia. It has two objectives: to cultivate and nurture the next generation of leadership through its fellowship program, and to build a collaborative community for promoting health equity in the region.
CMB is an independent American foundation with a mission to advance health in China and Southeast Asia through strengthening medical, nursing and public health research and education.
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