Elizabeth Bradley honored by Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame

Elizabeth H. Bradley, faculty director of the Global Health Leadership Institute and professor of public health, has been named one of this year’s Global Impact honorees by the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame.

Elizabeth H. Bradley, faculty director of the Global Health Leadership Institute and professor of public health, has been named one of this year’s Global Impact honorees by the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame (CWHF).

Elizabeth H. Bradley

Bradley joined nine other influential women in Connecticut who were recognized at the 22nd Annual Induction Ceremony and Celebration on Nov. 12. The 2015 honoree group includes women from diverse professional backgrounds, ranging from major corporations to non-profit organizations to the arts. 

Bradley, co-author of “The American Health Care Paradox: Why Spending More is Getting us Less,” is recognized for her work in strengthening health care systems around the globe through quality of care improvements and implementation of health innovations. CWHF lauded Bradley for her achievements in the field of public health and for helping to advance the global community in a positive direction. 

As faculty director of the Yale Global Health Leadership Institute, Bradley has been integral in the development of leadership education and research programs around the world that strengthen health systems and promote health equity and quality of care. In January, Bradley will become director of the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy at Yale.

CWHF shares the unique stories of influential Connecticut women, while educating the public and inspiring future generations of women and girls.

For more information about Bradley and the Yale Global Health Leadership Institute, visit the website.

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