Michelle Morse, MD, MPH
Michelle Morse, MD, MPH is an Associate Physician in the Division of Global Health Equity and Assistant Program Director for the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She works as a Hospitalist in the Department of General Internal Medicine. Dr. Morse is also an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School and an affiliate of the school’s Department of Global Health and Social Medicine.
In 2011, Dr. Morse co-founded EqualHealth, an NGO that aims to inspire and support the development of Haiti's next generation of healthcare leaders through improving medical and nursing education and creating opportunities for growth amongst health professionals.
Hermione is the Executive Director of GoodWork Network, a Louisiana-based organization working to increase minority business growth by addressing barriers to success by creating opportunities for women and minority entrepreneurs to grow their professional networks; leveraging local and regional partnerships to create increased access to contract opportunities; and working in conjunction with lenders to increase financial acumen, management skills, and access to capital for business growth.
Prior to the Good Work Network, Hermione worked at the Cleveland Clinic where she played a key role in developing their supplier diversity program.
Qiana is the Executive Director of Just Food NYC. Just Food is a grassroots organization working throughout New York to create a sovereign and healthy food system rooted in racial, social, economic, and environmental justice. She previously worked as the CSA Network Manager and the Policy & Advocacy Director/ Farmers Market Network Manager. Qiana earned her Food Hub Management Certificate from the University of Vermont and her B.S. in Marketing from Hampton University. She serves on the Organizational Council of the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition (NSAC), the International Council of Urgenci, as well as the boards of the South Bronx Farmers Market, The Point CDC, and Revolutionary Fitness. Qiana speaks nationally and internationally on food, social justice, and fostering a solidarity economy.