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Karen LeBan

Executive Director

CORE Group incorporated

HQ Phone:  (202) 380-3400

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CORE Group incorporated

919 18Th St. NW Suite 350

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20006

United States

Company Description

CORE provides a respectful and safe venue where a wide range of organizations with differing missions come together to discuss best practices, create tools, and engage in partnerships that increase the quality and impact of their work. The content of each CORE...more

Background Information

Employment History

Independent Consultant

On sabatical


Affiliations

SosteNica Inc

Board Member


US Coalition for Child Survival

Steering Group Member


Basic Support for Institutionalizing Child Survival (BASICS)

PVO Liaison


Education

Master's degrees

American University/National Training Laboratories


Master's degrees

Southern Illinois University


Web References(54 Total References)


History of CORE Group | CORE Group: Working Together in Health for Mothers, Children and Communities

www.coregroup.org [cached]

Karen LeBan, CORE Group's former Executive Director, remembers this early phase as a sea change within the child survival field, a change truly empowering to PVOs.


Board of Directors | CORE Group: Working Together in Health for Mothers, Children and Communities

www.coregroup.org [cached]

Karen LeBan
CORE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Since 2002, Karen LeBan has served as the Executive Director of CORE Group. She is responsible to create a forum that nurtures collaboration among CORE members and partners ensuring that the members' ownership of CORE Group is maintained. She provides strategic and operational leadership and overall management of the CORE Group to achieve its mission, strategy, annual goals and objectives. Karen has worked in Bolivia, Maldive Islands, Sri Lanka and Thailand and has provided short-term technical and management support to community programs in Sub-Saharan Africa, south Asia, and Latin America/Caribbean through various positions with the USG and NGOs over the past 25 years. Karen holds Master's degrees from American University/National Training Laboratories and Southern Illinois University.


Community Health Workers and Systems | CORE Group: Working Together in Health for Mothers, Children and Communities

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Check out CORE Group Executive Director Karen LeBan's presentation of the CHW Guide at the MCHIP Close-out event in June 2014:
This paper, written by CORE Group Executive Director Karen LeBan, explores the relationship among the community, the community health sub-system and the national health system, and propose a set of actors, structures and processes critical for promoting positive health outcomes, especially in underserved areas.


How Social Capital in Community Systems Strengthens Health Systems: People, Structures, Processes | CORE Group: Working Together in Health for Mothers, Children and Communities

www.coregroup.org [cached]

This paper, written by CORE Group Executive Director Karen LeBan, explores the relationship among the community, the community health sub-system and the national health system, and propose a set of actors, structures and processes critical for promoting positive health outcomes, especially in underserved areas.


Dory Storms Award Winners | CORE Group: Working Together in Health for Mothers, Children and Communities

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2016 - Karen LeBan
NOTE: Karen LeBan served as Executive Director of CORE Group from 2002 - 2015. CORE Group Board Member Janine Schooley wrote the following tribute to Karen. I cannot think of anyone more deserving of the Dory Storms Child Survival Recognition Award than our own Karen LeBan. Karen has been a recognized leader in the field of child survival and global health since 1999 and, knowing Karen, she was likely a leader, albeit more behind the scenes, well before then.


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