Learn more about our impact in our 2022 Annual Report
AFHE has trained
health equity leaders since 2017.
AFHE Fellows reflect on what health equity and leadership mean to them.
Ana Ortega ’21 facilitates women’s circles in Chiapas, Mexico where community members gather to share insights, relax and cultivate a sense of community.
Advancing Social Mission
Toyese Oyeyemi ’17 is a leading voice in the fight to rate health education schools by their commitment to social mission.
AFHE Fellows lead
people in their health equity work.
2021 fellows said the leadership curriculum was valuable in helping them lead for health equity.
Fellows have shared AFHE leadership ideas, frameworks, and tools with colleagues.
Improving Women's Health Across the Globe
Adrian Billings ’19 and Muhammad Saddiq Ahmad ’21 work in their rural communities to slow the global maternal mortality rate.
A Doctor in the Iowa House
Megan Srinivas ’20 is leading through public office in the Iowa State legislature - advocating for the people who aren’t able to live their healthiest lives.
Media Mentions & Engagements
Grants & Awards
Presentations & Webinars
AFHE fellows manage
$979, 417, 336
Determined to be a Doctor
Christina Rosenthal ’18 encourages young people of color to pursue careers in healthcare through her organization Determined to be a Doctor Someday.
We the Women
Monalisa Padhee ’19 uplifts the voices of the people that work in their communities while destigmatizing menstrual health discussions.