Verónica Espinosa, ministra de Salud de Ecuador, entre los 100 futuros líderes más influyentes del mundo en el Gobierno 2018

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Según la organización Apolitical, Verónica Espinosa destaca por la gestión que ha desarrollado frente al desempeño en el área de Salud. “La lista reconoce a las personas en el campo del gobierno y las políticas que han dejado una huella en sus carreras”.

Verónica Espinosa es médico de profesión y tiene una carrera académica y profesional que se ha guiado por su interés y compromiso con la salud pública. Ha ocupado cargos como viceministra de Gobernanza y Vigilancia de la Salud, directora del Sub-centro de Salud de Puembo en Quito, asesora en el Ministerio de Salud Pública y subsecretaria Nacional de Gobernanza de la Salud Pública. Actualmente es estudiante becada de la Universidad de Harvard.

Esta lista consta de nombres de políticos y funcionarios nacionales de todo el mundo que tienen que trabajar en la toma de decisiones políticas en beneficio de la población.

Para crear esta lista, la organización recibe cientos de nominaciones de gobiernos nacionales, organizaciones internacionales, instituciones académicas y empresas, incluida Naciones Unidas, Harvard, Georgetown y otras universidades.

 

Verónica Espinosa, Minister of Health in Ecuador, has been selected in “100 most influential future leaders of the world in the 2018 government”

  • On November 28, the Apolitical organization (a global network focused on strengthening the “governability” of countries to face global challenges located in London) issued the list of 100 future leaders: “The most influential young people in the world in government. “
  • In this list appears Verónica Espinosa, current Minister of health.

According to the Apolitical organization, Verónica Espinosa, stands out for the management she has developed in relation to performance in the Health area. “The list recognizes people in the government field and the policies that have left a mark on their careers”.

Verónica Espinosa has the career as a doctor, and academic, professional career that has been guided by her interest and commitment to public health. She has held positions as Deputy Minister of Governance and Health Surveillance, Director of the Puembo Health Sub-Center in Quito, Advisor in the Ministry of Public Health and National Undersecretary of Public Health Governance. Currently, she is a scholarship student at Harvard University.

This list contains names of politicians and national officials from around the world, who have to work in political decision-making for the benefit of the population.

To create this list, the organization receives hundreds of nominations from national governments, international organizations, academic institutions and businesses, including the United Nations, Harvard, Georgetown and other universities.

 

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