Savior Flomo Mendin is a passionate leader for community health workers and gender equity in global health. A registered nurse and a public health professional, Savior brings 13 years of clinical and emergency care experience to the global public health sector.
She is currently Last Mile Health‘s County Manager in Grand Bassa, Liberia, responsible for scaling the national community health worker program at the county-level, in partnership with the Ministry of Health. Savior’s expertise also comes from working on the front lines; she served as an Ebola emergency responder during the 2014 Ebola outbreak in Liberia.
Savior is a public speaker who has spoken at major conferences, like WHO International Women’s Day 2020, the Women in Global Health event during the 2020 UN General Assembly, and also leads advocacy-related speaking engagements with stakeholders in the community health space. Savior has co-authored and been featured in Global Science and Practice, BMJ Global Health Blogs, HEAL Initiative, Last Mile Health, and more.
SPEAKING TOPICS INCLUDE:
How we can achieve universal health care
Pay equity for community health workers
Gender parity in global health leadership
Savior is a powerful public speaker — I've seen her do this on topics like gender equity and pandemic response. She inspires me.