BHSI Fellow Update: Mark Arnoldy
Applications for the 2014 Bluhm-Helfand Social Innovation Fellowship are now open and over the next month, we’ll be profiling the social innovators, civic leaders and creative thinkers who make up the ranks of BHSI alum. And if you’re a social entrepreneur 35 years old or younger with a civic venture that is helping re-shape our society for the better, apply to be a 2014 BHSI Fellow here.
Describe the work Possible does in Nepal.
Possible is a nonprofit healthcare company, currently based in Nepal, that delivers high-quality, low-cost healthcare to the world’s poorest. We build high-quality, low-cost healthcare systems that integrate government hospitals, clinics, community health workers and referral care.
What did you gain from your experience as a BHSI Fellow?
|Mark Arnoldy discusses innovations in healthcare access
with Medic Mobile’s Josh Nesbit at CIW 2012.
Through CIW, I met and partnered with photographer and Dear World founder Robert Fogarty, who traveled to Nepal to take photographs for our recently launched website. You can read more about that story here—and it represents just one of many connections I made at CIW.