Leader of the global health organization responsible for eradicating communicable diseases, including HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and other vaccine-preventable diseases, Margaret Chan heads into the last year of her second term as WHO chief with a no-holds-barred approach
#30 Margaret Chan Director-General, World Health Organization Medical Doctor, University of Western Ontario; Bachelor of Arts / Science, Northcote College of Education; Masters of Public Health, National University of Singapore
Margaret Chan is Director-General, World Health Organization. Initially trained as a Home Economics teacher at the Northcot College, she earned a BA degree in Home Economicsand her MD degree at the University of Western Ontario, as well as an MSc (Public Health) degree at the National University of Singapore. Dr. Chan completed the Program for Management Development at Harvard Business School.
Margaret Chan Director-General, 3 World Health Organization Age: 65 Country of Citizenship: China Education: Medical Doctor, University of Western Ontario; Masters of Public Health, National University of Singapore; Bachelor of Arts / Science, Northcote College of Education Marital Status: Married Children: 1