"Global Health Disrupted began in the Amazon jungle. We witnessed small organisations doing amazing work but struggling with effective communication and sustainable strategies and funding. We knew these organizations were vital to the health of their communities, but needed additional support - and that’s where creativity came in.

 

Good narratives, art and other forms of creative expression connect us to what is human. 

They improve local impact, create behaviour change, and have the power to inform a broader audience.

This means that small scale projects can do what they do best."

"There are amazing things happening in global health. We honor the work that has come before and that persists in the global health space. Our goal is to enhance these efforts and encourage new perspectives, while promoting equity through the use of art."

WHAT WE STAND FOR

Global Health Disrupted is an international grassroots movement.

 

We believe in supporting local leaders, partnering with communities, and taking creative approaches to improve health around the world.

 

We believe that combining art, science and community will lead to improved health in meaningful and measurable ways.

 

OUR REACH

Today, Global Health Disrupted spans four continents, and our work has been successfully implemented across six continents! Although borders don't define us, we think it's a pretty big accomplishment.

OUR GUIDING PRINCIPLES

 

  • Community-driven action, 

  • Humanity, 

  • Creativity,

  • Diversity, and

  • Inclusion

Our Family

Our Impact

 

OUR FAMILY

We come from around the world, but we share one common goal.

Felice Seigneur

Executive Director

Winnie Chelagat

Director of Communications

Geordan Shannon

Co-Founder

Anne Kiser

Co-Founder

Gulraj Grewal

Project Officer

Steven Senglaub

Director of Design & Development

Sarah Lasoye

Volunteer Coordinator

Marie Corrigan

Communication Volunteer

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Sarah Nathan

Videographer

Greg Beasley

Visual Artist

Vera Janev

Photographer

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Andrea Junge

Music and Health Project Officer