Event: A Place of Miracles- Talk and Book Launch by Lee Hilling

The Aga Khan University (Pakistan) is organising a small talk and a book launch by an eminent author Lee Hilling on November 6, at 4:00 pm at AKU main auditorium.

At the event, Mr Hilling will share his story and the story of this remarkable public-private partnerships as he launches his book: A Place of Miracles: The Story of a Children’s Hospital in Kabul and the People Whose Lives Have Been Changed by It.

BookLaunch
Lee HillingLee Hilling: Chairman French Medical Institute for Mothers and Children Lee is the author of A Place of Miracles: The Story of a Children’s Hospital in Kabul and the people whose lives have been changed. Since the creation of the French Medical Institute for Mothers and Children in April 2006, Lee has been the Chairman of its Board. For more than 26 years, Lee has served in many roles with the Aga Khan Development Network. He currently serves as Consultant and Senior Advisor in the Office of the President, Aga Khan University. His previous roles have included;
. Six years as CEO of the Aga Khan University Hospital in Karachi, Pakistan. He later served as Vice President, Health Services.
. Three years on the staff of the Aga Khan’s Secretariat in France where he was Global Director of the Aga Khan Hospitals in Africa, India and Pakistan.
. Service on Boards of Aga Khan Health Services in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and India.
Lee has also held executive management leadership positions at academic health centres in the US, including;
. CEO of Baystate Medical Center, a multi-hospital academic center in Springfield, Massachusetts;
. Chief Operating Officer of Vanderbilt University Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee.

Book available for purchase on Amazon

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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