2018 Recipients of the Global Achievement Award

Jason E. Farley, Nurs ’08
Dr. Farley has almost 20 years of nursing experience with 10 years of clinical experience as an HIV/AIDS adult primary care nurse practitioner in the Johns Hopkins Moore Clinic. He has served as the principal investigator on a research projects evaluating treatment outcomes of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) in populations with a high HIV/AIDS prevalence in South Africa.
Louisa Coan Greve, SAIS Nanjing ’98
Louisa Greve recently concluded a nearly 25-year career with the National Endowment for Democracy. For the last eight years, she served as their Vice President of Programs for Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Global, where she oversaw hundreds of grants to civil society groups promoting human rights documentation and advocacy, press freedom, and inter-ethnic understanding.
Emille J.B. Calvello Hynes, BSPH ’05, Med ’06
Emilie J. Calvello Hynes is a specialist in emergency medicine and public health. Her professional interest is in developing emergency care capacity in post disaster countries via innovative approaches to health system strengthening and education of health care personnel to provide best practice service delivery.
David H. Peters, BSPH ’89, ’93, Faculty
David Peters is an internationally renowned expert in health systems and has worked as a researcher, policy advisor, educator, manager, and clinician in dozens of low and middle-income countries. Peters led a group of faculty from the schools of Public Health, Nursing, and Medicine to re-focus the outbreak strategy on community-based responses, contributing to a quicker end to the Ebola epidemic in Liberia.