Seeking emerging leaders to help end the tobacco epidemic

Do you know a promising candidate who can help sustain the tobacco control movement? Designed for emerging leaders age 18-30, Ascend 2024 is a new leadership development program from the Institute for Global Tobacco Control at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. This part-time, nine-month leadership program, which starts in April, is built to support the future of tobacco control in the low- and middle-income countries with the largest burden of tobacco-caused death and disease.

Qualified applications are being accepted through Feb. 20. Learn more and apply on the program webpage.