Workplace training fosters retention of workers from historically underrepresented groups like first-time women workers in India.
Please note that prior to May 2019, the Stanford King Center on Global Development was known as the Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development.
Center affiliate Yvonne Maldonado received the 2018 Reach, Inspire, Serve and Engage (RISE) Award in May for her research in global health and for her mentoring of undergraduates and medical students. Awarded by the Stanford Medicine Alumni Association, RISE recognizes excellence in leadership, volunteerism, mentoring or teaching.
The Stanford Daily published a Q&A with Maldonado, in which she talks about her motivation for pursuing medicine and her passion for mentoring the next generation of medical students.