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Join us  Saturday, April 14 for the 2018 GO! Global Orientation on Culture + Ethics at the FedEx Global Education building!

Once you’ve registered (see Tickets button below), please select which sessions you plan to attend, including full group sessions. NOTE: You may only select one breaksout session per timeslot (one blue, one orange and one green).

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Shay Slifko

UNC School of Medicine
Program Manager, Office of International Activities
Chapel Hill, NC
Shay Slifko, OIA Program Manager, brings a unique professional  background to this role working in the context of international  education with a specific focus in  global health. She has experience  collaborating with higher education and international partners focusing  on maternal health, communicable diseases, and water, sanitation, and  hygiene (WASH) programs. Formerly, Shay served as a volunteer board member for an HIV prevention advocacy organization, an Assistant Director of international enrollment advising university-level  international students, implementing program design and management,  served as an adjunct faculty member teaching English as a Foreign  Language, and evaluated global public health curriculum. In  addition to her work in international education, Shay has conducted  grant research on a WASH education-project in Cambodia collaborating  with a non-profit organization, Caring for Cambodia. And, largely she collaborated with Heart to Heart International in Haiti evaluating a  community health worker training program. Her background has equipped her in collaborating among public health professionals, university faculty, and global health partners and students in program design and  development. She enjoys working with medical students and resident physicians shaping equitable and culturally-appropriate approaches in  global health.

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