Clinton Global Initiative-University Accepts Two CSUN MPH Students

For excellence in public health, the Clinton Foundation zeroes in on CSUN.

Professor Mary-Pat Stein with President Bill Clinton and another CGI-U guest standing in front of the CGI-U sign.

In rather exciting news, two CSUN MPH students, Miriam Sanchez and Ryan Skaggs, were just accepted into Clinton Global Initiative-University (CGI U). The prestigious honor, announced recently, is in recognition of the tremendous work of Sanchez and Skaggs on public health and COVID-19.

Launched in 2007, CGI U is a venture – led by President Bill Clinton – to engage the next generation of leaders on college campuses around the world. Of the thousands who applied, the Clinton Foundation chose only a select few.

As participants, Sanchez and Skaggs will take part in leadership development, mentorship, skills training, and partnership building. The initiative culminates in a year-end summit, where global leaders meet to turn ideas, such as those of our students, into action.

A big congratulations to them both!