We're proud to be part of the U.N. Space & Global Health Workforce - aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals

Photo above: U.N. Space and Global Health Task-Force, UN Headquarters, Palais des Nations, Geneva (photo © Geneva Digital Health Hub)

With an in-depth background in mental health as well as global health, our broader mission is to advance transdisciplinarity in medicine and innovate the landscape of healthcare through transdisciplinarity in music, arts and sciences. Arts and music and the knowledge on the effects on the human mind and body are still heavily underrepresented in healthcare, and health education. Since 2019 Miriam has worked as an expert for the World Health Innovation Summit CIC where consultants, companies, and academics collaborate to improve healthcare. Through WHIS we partnered with the UN-Habitat, UN Academic Impact, Interparliamentary Union, and WHO. Its shared mission was to assist and accelerate the SDG implementation process and ensure the world reaches its goal, at the latest by 2030.  The implementation of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals springs from the belief shared by United Nations officials, senior business leaders, and NGOs that a transparent, academically driven index is needed to rank companies and countries on their sustainability practices. 

Photo below: participating at the World Economic Forum, WEF Davos 2022
Sustainable Development Goals Conference by the U.N. SDG Champions Platform 

Harvard Global Health: Good Health for all

"True abundance comes from connection. In 2018 we celebrated the Global Health Delivery Intensive Program at Harvard University, a growing network by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard Business School, and Harvard Medical School, in an effort to create an interdisciplinary skill set that will improve how we build health care. We have shared our determination and mutual understanding as a group of over 27 nationalities over several years. Healthcare is the work of many, and we all need to go the extra mile. I have learned from committed leaders who have developed health systems with a dedication that is of a rare humanistic nature - including leaders and representatives from Partners in Health, Seed Global Health, the Abundance Foundation, the Gates Foundation and many others. As a global citizen, being part of the growing Global Health network inspires me to help shape better and more sustainable healthcare. From a futuristic perspective, Global Health is laying the foundation for the future capacities of the healthcare systems we will build not only on our planet, but beyond."

Photo below: Our 2018 Class, Global Health Delivery Intensive Program,  Harvard University, Cambridge, Boston, USA. We are an official member of the international global health delivery alumni network of over 400 people related to Harvard's highest medical and research and development standards.