Carolyn A. Reynolds discusses the importance of global health security
Carolyn A. Reynolds, Distinguished Fellow at The George Institute for Global Health, discusses global health security, taking action to minimise infectious disease and other threats to humanity, and reasons to be optimistic about global health security. Carolyn Reynolds has been driving change in global health and development and US foreign policy for three decades. Carolyn is also a Senior Associate with the Global Health Policy Center at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), where she is serving as an expert adviser to the CSIS Commission for Health Security. She is also a consultant to the World Bank Group and other international organizations.