Patrick Slavin joins the Gender Health Equity Unit with a record of producing high-quality content resulting in greater visibility for clients in the public and private sectors, including the United Nations, Johns Hopkins University, Harvard Medical School, and the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. A former United Nations communications staff member specializing in public health, climate change, and humanitarian emergencies, he served in Pakistan, Jerusalem, New York, Haiti, and across Africa from 1995-2019. An author and former foreign correspondent, he is published in the Washington Post, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, the Economist Intelligence Unit, among many others. A native of New York City, he is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley with a Bachelor’s in Rhetoric, and is pursuing a Masters degree in International Affairs at the New School. He and his wife Kalumba Chisambisha are the parents of Joshua, 9, and Cheswa, 7. He loves reading, cooking, and all sports.