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Elizabeth Exley's Blog

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Elizabeth Exley began a career in public health in high school working at a local food pantry that she never wanted to leave. She later worked as the public health director for a rural community organization that serves women and children living in poverty. She has served at the World Bank, where she focused on HIV/AIDS in Asia. Elizabeth has also consulted for the Open Society Institute and the United Nations on HIV/AIDS, mental health, and gender issues.

She received her Masters in Public Health from Yale University and is currently completing a PhD in health policy at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.

Elizabeth believes that we actually can make the world a beautiful place for all people. She cares deeply about many diverse issues, such as improving healthcare and alleviating poverty. Elizabeth often looks for opportunities to learn from other leaders who are empowering communities, or are empowered by their communities. She hopes their successes will be replicated and scaled to the level where they can truly transform all of society. We hope so, too. We're absolutely delighted that Elizabeth has joined our writer's community and that she can find some time to share some of her many and varied passions and interests with us here. She welcomes your ideas too at elizabethwiley dot hotmail dot com.

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