Barbara Bush may be known as the quieter of the Bush twins, but when it comes to global health, she’s anything but. At 32, the Yale graduate is co-founder and CEO of Global Health Corps, a nonprofit organization that pairs young volunteers with health and development organizations.
We caught up with Bush earlier this summer at the U.N., where she spoke about the role of entrepreneurs at this year’s Global Accelerator conference, which discussed innovations needed to tackle issues like reproductive health, job creation and water and sanitation.
She hadn’t set out to work in this field, she told us.
Read our interview here: A Trip With Her Folks Turned Barbara Bush Into A Global Activist