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Triangle Global Health Consortium is
now the North Carolina Global Health Alliance
“The entire rebrand was thoughtfully done to honor our history and foundation while future-proofing our organization’s purpose, values, and connection to global health innovation. I'm very proud of who we are and where we’re going."
Dr. Andrew Stringer
Chair of the Board of Directors
Triangle Global Health Consortium Announces New Name and Rebrand –
North Carolina Global Health Alliance
The Consortium will rebrand to the North Carolina Global Health Alliance to better align the organization’s name with its mission to advance the state of North Carolina as a center of global health.
MAY 3, 2022 - Triangle Global Health Consortium, a nonprofit member organization dedicated to advancing global health in North Carolina, announced today that it is changing its name to North Carolina Global Health Alliance. The new name more accurately reflects the organization’s mission to advance the state as a center of global health by serving and partnering with global health organizations across North Carolina.
The North Carolina Global Health Alliance was founded in 2009 by leaders from the University of North Carolina, Duke University, North Carolina State University, North Carolina Biotech Center, FHI 360, IntraHealth International, and RTI International to help elevate North Carolina as a center of global health by bridging gaps, convening, amplifying and advocating on behalf of North Carolina’s global health organizations.
The Alliance will release a new logo, website redesign, and updated social media presence that will all work with its growing membership, donor base, and other stakeholder groups and partners.
“The entire rebrand was thoughtfully done to honor our history and foundation, while future-proofing our organization’s purpose, values, and connection to global health innovation. I'm very proud of who we are and where we’re going,” stated Dr. Andrew Stringer, chair of the organization’s board of directors.
“Our organization’s name has changed, but our goal to be a convener, amplifier and advocate for North Carolina-based global health organizations has only become stronger,” said Executive Director, André Anthony.
Anthony noted the new logo showcases the organization’s future, showcasing a new icon with an embedded blue N and orange C for the state’s abbreviation. The new icon also symbolizes the organization’s continued dedication to innovation and collaboration in the global health sector.
Visit www.ncglobalhealth.org to explore the new website, brand, and global health events. The Alliance is also on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook @NCGlobalHealth.
About the North Carolina Global Health Alliance
The mission of the North Carolina Global Health Alliance is to advance North Carolina as an international center for research, training, education, advocacy and business dedicated to improving the health of the world's communities. We engage academic, governmental, nonprofit and for-profit organizations in this collaborative effort.