CPATH Advisory Board - The Center for Policy Analysis
on Trade and Health is
to building the leadership capabilities of both its own staff and
members who participate in its projects and campaigns. The
Advisory Board provides consultation and strategic direction for the
and is comprised of regionally and nationally recognized
and leaders in the public health, medical, environmental and
communities. The CPATH Advisory Board reflects the diversity of
Aguilar, MD MPH, Long Beach Department of Public Health. Active
of Doctors for Global Health, Southern California Public Health
Arrocha, PhD, International Trade Policy, Monterey Institute of
Studies, Monterey, California.
Brooks, former legislative director for U.S. Representatives Ronald
Dellums and Barbara Lee, works as a consultant to nonprofit
in Alameda County.
Brown, Coordinator, Maquiladora Health & Safety Support Network,
local groups fighting for safe and healthy workplaces on both sides of
Drake, JD, Stewart and Stewart, tracks the effects of international
agreements on U.S. businesses and on union members.
Fort, PhD Candidate, University of
Washington, and Instancia de
Salud, Guatemala. Implements and advocates for primary care programs.
Frank, MD, MPH, Associate Professor, Emory University School of
serves on the national boards of the American College of
Medicine and Physicians for Social Responsibility, is PSR’s Atlanta
President, and is actively involved in the environmental movement.
Hauter, Director, Food and Water Watch, coordinates national
campaigns on accountability for water, energy and
Nuria Homedes, MD, DrPH, Associate Professor, University of Texas, at El
Lee, former staff aide to U.S. Representative Ronald V. Dellums and
Lee, consults with Bay Area nonprofits including projects that
healthy food to elementary schools.
Lein, Director Project Immune Restoration; Information and
Project Inform, brings together leading AIDS researchers with
activists to shape both the advocacy and research agendas.
Ann Mercer, DrPH, Assistant Professor, International Health Program,
University of Washington, works extensively on primary health care issues
developing countries, and on Health Alliance International programs to
affordable medications available.
Metune, Consultant, California Senate Committee on International
Norsigian, a founding member and Director of Our Bodies Ourselves,
created links with women’s groups around the world through the
Terri Owen, CTR, Manager Cancer
Registry, Stanford Cancer Center,
collecting cancer incidence
and treatment data for the California State
Registry, SEER and the American
College of Surgeons.
Rangaswami, JD, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Ritchie, Director Emeritus, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy,
agricultural activists in the U.S. heartland with policy-makers and
on a wide range of topics, including health and environmental
Shannon, Executive Director, Hesperian Foundation.
Sidel, MD, Professor, Montefiore School of Social Medicine, Past
APHA, is a national and international force for universal access
health care and for peace.
Smith, MPH, CPATH Fellow.
Stumberg, JD, Professor, Harrison Institute for Public Law,
Georgetown University, conducts legal clinics and organizes legal research
challenges the inequitable effects of international trade agreements.
Ugalde, PhD, Professor Emeritus, University of
Cesar Vieira, MD, MPH, MPhil, Area Manager Emeritus, Governance and
Pan American Health Organization.
Yamin, JD, Director of Research, Physicians for Human Rights, and
Professor, School of Public Health, Harvard University, focuses
human rights issues related to access to water and health care in
Latin America and
Zeigler, PhD, Deputy Director, RWJ Matter of Degree Program.