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Building a new media and resource network to achieve the vision of public health in the 21st century.
We believe that a unifying professional and resource platform can unlock the potential of public health. We are committed to collaborating with the many schools and departments of public health, public and private organizations and scholars and professionals to help centralize what is known and what works in public health to make a global change.
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Today’s public health is in need of a community of professionals capable of pushing new ideas, challenging conventional wisdom and reflective of the changing global dynamics to go beyond the current capabilities of public health. Our goal is and remains advancing the health and safety of global communities while pushing the boundaries of our time to find promising new ways of collaborating and problem solving.
Christian H. Bijoux, MPH, MBA
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Chris is a public health & business professional with a passionate interest in reducing health care disparities, particularly in poor and underserved communities. He brings an exciting energy and focus to using technological innovations and disruptive solutions to build dynamic networks capable of solving complex public health problems. He earned his BA in Psychology from CUNY City College of New York in 2007. His passion continued at Drexel University, where in 2010, he earned his Masters in Public Health, Health Management & Policy. Chris has presented on the state of physical and mental health of minority populations at the National Education Association’s (NEA) annual conference, conducted workshops on understanding and reducing implicit racial bias in the justice system for police officers in the Greater Boston Area, and was recently recognized as a Drexel University, Drexel Magazine’s 40 Under 40.
Andrea Nguyen, MD, MPH
Co-Founder & Executive Vice President
Andrea is a health sciences professional especially interested in laterally thinking to improve food safety, maternal and child mortality, and health services in underserved and resource-poor settings. She earned her Masters in Public Health, Biostatistics at Drexel University in 2010 and her Doctor of Medicine at St. George’s University in 2014. Andrea laid the groundwork for the Data Management and Biostatistics departments at a startup biotech/pharmaceutical company in Houston, TX that focused on novel cell therapies to fight haematological cancers and solid tumors.