After over a decade of being at the forefront of the Bay Area’s response to the global AIDS epidemic, Pangaea will be holding its first Global Health Leadership Dinner on May 12th 2015 in downtown Oakland’s Rotunda building, with excellent road and BART links.
We will be honoring the following local and global heroes who have made a significant difference, saving lives and preventing new HIV infections around the world:
- Dr Peter Piot, Director, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and Founding Executive Director of UNAIDS
- Dr Huma Abbasi, General Manager of Global Health and Medical, Global Health Champion, Chevron
- Dr Tsi Tsi Appollo, Deputy Director, HIV and TB Program, Ministry of Health and Child Welfare, Zimbabwe
- Miss Gloria Lockett, Executive Director, California Prostitutes Education Project (CALPEP)
On May 12th, 2015, Pangea’s first annual Global Health Leadership Dinner was held at the downtown Oakland Rotunda building. The event was a rousing success, and hundreds of guests from the Bay and around the world came together to celebrate our inspiring honorees.
How You Can Help
By supporting the Global Health Leadership Dinner, you will be helping Pangaea continue to help hard-hit countries establish HIV prevention and treatment programs that have literally saved hundreds of thousands of lives. We hope you will join the Dinner’s Host and Honorary Committees, as well as the Board and Staff of Pangaea, to celebrate the victories of the last decade and to rededicate ourselves to the fight ahead of us.
Tables of ten seats each are available at the following levels: