Hope Elizabeth Rhodes
Hope Elizabeth Rhodes
United States
Health Equity U.S. + Global
Medical director, Children's Health Center-THEARC, Children's National Hospital
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Mission
Developing pediatric community-based initiatives in concert with community partners, fundraising and grant writing, leveraging voices of teens and young adults to inform health care.
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Interests
Community Development and Organization
Child and Young People Health
Health Care Innovation and Transformation
Health Systems and Operations
Youth
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Hope Elizabeth Rhodes
is an Atlantic Fellow for

Health Equity U.S. + Global

program.
The Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity U.S. + Global program develops leaders who have the knowledge, skills, and courage to build more equitable health systems, organizations, and communities. Health equity aims to close the health care gap between wealthy and marginalized communities by realizing the benefits of public health and health care. The program aims to create a global network of committed leaders by training them to recognize, understand, and work towards resolving these inequities.
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YEAR JOINED
ATLANTIC FELLOWS
2019
fellows in
United States
222
fellows in
Health Equity U.S. + Global
222
Location
United States
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Atlantic Institute

United in their pursuit of equity, Atlantic Fellows come from all walks of life and a variety of professions.

They are a global community of leaders—advocates, artists, journalists, lawyers, business professionals, health practitioners, government officials, academics and researchers—who collaborate to advance equity, opportunity and human dignity.

Fellows are thinkers and doers with innovative ideas and the courage, conviction and capacity to bring lasting improvements to their communities and the world.