The Boost Community is excited to announce its first podcast series, Voices of Leadership. The series began a few months ago via a live webinar format; however, we have updated the medium of the series so that you can access the recordings anywhere, at anytime.
In the inaugural season of this podcast series, we sit down with alumni of Boost's courses and workshops on Adaptive Leadership and discuss approaches and anecdotes related to tackling adaptive challenges within the immunization field.
During the first three episodes of the series, we were lucky enough to talk with:
🌟 Indah Kusumawati, a Supply Chain Vaccine Management Program Officer with the Clinton Health Access Initiative based in Indonesia
During Indah's conversation with Nqobizitha Ndlovu, Leadership Advisor with Adaptive Change Advisors, she discusses ways to tackle hesitancy around routine health services and immunization on the provincial level as well as the inspiration she drew from her personal superhero - her mother.
🌟 Jude Tuma, a Technical Officer at World Health Organization Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland
Jude, alongside Boost Community’s Elizabeth Kohlway, discusses lessons from his 20-year-long quest to eradicate polio from his district in Cameroon to far flung places in Pakistan and the Congo.
🌟 Mutwali Adam Mohamed, a Health Program Officer with UNICEF Sudan, Ad Damazine Zonal Office
Mutwali's conversation with Sarah Moselle of the Boost Community begins with stories from his hometown of Kutum, and specific examples that showcase the importance of building trust through community engagement.
Indah, Jude and Mutwali's episodes will air in December 2020, January 2021 and February 2021, respectively.