Great Decisions - Global Health
From bio-terror to bird flu, global health has become a strategic priority. How can governments and other institutions collaborate to promote health and safety across borders? Mark Anderson is President of the Center for International Health, a non-profit organization improving global health through international health partnerships.
President, Center for International Health
Anderson began his career as director of Ambulatory Services at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee and was promoted to executive vice president and chief operating officer of the hospital in 1991.
From 2000 to 2003, Anderson was a senior executive director with Project Hope, Medical Operations in Asia and the Middle East. He was responsible for the design, development and implementation of health training programs, budget planning and oversight, and fund raising proposals for governmental and private sector funding sources.
Anderson joined the Center for International Health in March 2003 as its executive director and became president and chief executive officer in January 2004. He serves on numerous boards and volunteers much of his time to promote international health. His travels include China, Thailand, Indonesia, Turkey, Egypt and the Republics of Georgia and Armenia.
Anderson has a Master of Science degree in Hospital and Health Administration and a Masters of Arts degree from McCormick Seminary in Chicago.
American Civil Liberties Union
UWM - Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Foreign Policy Association
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Public Radio
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