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In Episode #29 of WiGH?, “Why We Should Care,” Margaret Chou speaks to Dr. Mary Ann LoFrumento, a founding member of Hands Up for Haiti. In this episode, she speaks about the organization, describes their interesting and effective approaches to improving and raising awareness for global health, and shows her dedication to figuring out sustainable health care for children in Haiti. Also, there is a video interview component to this audio podcast.

Kellie Lu

In Episode #29 of WiGH?, “Why We Should Care,” Margaret Chou speaks to Dr. Mary Ann LoFrumento, a founding member of Hands Up for Haiti. In this episode, she speaks about the organization, describes their interesting and effective approaches to improving and raising awareness for global health, and shows her dedication to figuring out sustainable health care for children in Haiti. Also, there is a video interview component to this audio podcast.

Dr. Mary Ann LoFrumento, M.D. is a pediatrician, Associate Program Director for the Pediatric Residency at the Goryeb Children’s hospital in Morristown, NJ, author, Clinical Assistant Professor at the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, and founding member of Hands Up for Haiti.

Margaret Chou, Cynthia Li, and Kevin Xu contributed to this episode.

Photo: Hands Up for Haiti