Countering Ebola

West Africa Map

What Are We Doing? What Have We Learned?

Starts:  3/16/2015  5:00 PM
Ends: 3/16/2015 6:30 PM
Location: Linda K. Paresky Conference Center

With new outbreaks of the virus diminished in West Africa, it may be time to ask how effective domestic and international responses to the crisis have been, and what lessons have been learned for the future.

J. Stephen Morrison and Andrew Weber are two leading strategists and actors in helping to frame the US response to the Ebola outbreak. They are uniquely positioned to discuss how the United States and the international community have responded to this crisis.

Dr. Sechler has worked in Liberia since 2010 to educate health care workers, strengthen health care systems and develop local capacity to cope with crises like the Ebola epidemic.

Join us for a Warburg Program panel discussion that brings together local and global perspectives on the Ebola crisis, and projects into the future the experiences we’ve gained.

Dr. J. Stephen Morrison
Senior Vice President and Director of the Global Health Policy Center, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Washington, D.C.

Andrew C. Weber
Deputy Coordinator for Ebola Response, U.S. Department of State, Washington, D.C.

Andy Sechler, M.D.
Director of Program Quality, Last Mile Health, Boston and Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston

Ambassador (ret.) William M. Bellamy
Warburg Professor in International Relations, Simmons College, Boston.