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Annie Sparrow

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Multimedia Seattle

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Multimedia Seattle

P.O. Box 21033

Seattle, Washington, 98111

United States

Company Description

Multimedia Seattle provides outreach and educational resources to ensure the most vulnerable members of our global community are given an opportunity to achieve their full potential as individuals; earn as full and equal partners of society; and provide for th...more

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Employment History

Doctor Annie Sparrow

Mount Sinai School of Medicine


Assistant Professor of Global Health and Deputy Director of the Human Rights Program

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai


Researchers

Human Rights Watch


Realtor

CRS


Affiliations

The New York Review of Books: Home

Contributor


Harvard University

Human Rights Millennium Fellow


World Health Organization

Critic


Minnesota Professional Standards Committee

Member


Education

Real Estate Institute


University of St. Thomas' mini-MBA Real Estate Program


M.D.


Masters

Public Health

Harvard


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Multimedia Seattle - MULTIMEDIA SEATTLE The mission of Multimedia Seattle is to:• Reduce infant and childhood mortality by trauma, physical violence and neglect.• Reduce homicide deaths by violence against women and adolescent girls.• Reduce generational reoccurrences of violence against women, adolescent girls and children. ______________ Multimedia Seattle provides outreach and educational resources to ensure the most vulnerable members of our global community are given an opportunity to achieve their full potential as individuals; earn as full and equal partners of society; and provide for their families. Recognizing the devastating generational, social and economic repercussions of domestic violence in individual families and society, Multimedia Seattle developed its Domestic Violence Prevention and Outreach Program to raise local community awareness of the devastating effects of child abuse and domestic violence and the critical need for effective interventions. In 2012, Multimedia Seattle implemented the Children's' "A Bear for Me?" Program as an additional community service provided through our Western Washington Domestic Violence Outreach Program. Multimedia Seattle's "A Bear for Me?" Program serves our communities most vulnerable Domestic Violence survivors, infants and toddlers, as they enter Emergency Domestic Violence Shelters with their mothers. Multimedia Seattle is also honored to partner with Harborview's Air Lift Northwest, providing their medical flight teams with Infant and Toddler comfort supplies for medical transport flights regionally.In 2013, Multimedia Seattle launched a national Cyber Safety Educational Outreach Program for Women and Adolescent Girls. The Cyber Safe Women National Cyber Safety Educational Outreach Directory will fill a growing, unmet need in our nation's communities. Diana Key, M.P.A.S., the Director of Multimedia Seattle Children First, emphasizes that families must recognize the threats they increasingly face from criminals and predators who are frequently using technology to identify, pre-assess and victimize. "Community members who are not involved in the IT Security Industry have often not had an opportunity to learn that there is technology readily available for purchase on-line or through underground on-line sharing networks that helps cyber criminals and predators remotely download malware and spyware into women and children's home, work and school computers. This form of malware is often undetected by common commercial anti-virus software as criminal groups strategically select malware and spyware programs which have been tested against common commercial anti-virus software to ensure they remain undetected. Just as the annual flu vaccines must be updated for new, advanced and emerging strains of viruses, so must anti-virus software. Yet it is critical to realize that just as the annual flu vaccine cannot protect an individual against each new, emerging strain of flu in the world, neither can the finest or most reputable anti-virus software. It is simply a reality that accompanies the rapid rate of advancement in technology and malware engineering. With increasing frequency, spyware is being used by cyber-criminals/predators to remotely access women and children's' computer webcams. By deeply embedding malware and spyware into a computer's operating system, predators can identify, pre-assess, video tape, audio record and monitor "potential victims" without the woman or child being aware they are being filmed in their own home. Often with every key stroke on the computer being logged with keystroke loggers. Every correspondence....every detail of the woman or child's life. "(Key, 2013) As a proud member of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), Multimedia Seattle brings its focus of Domestic Violence Outreach and Prevention to our work with the Clinton Global Initiative to raise greater international awareness of the devastating generational effects of abuse and critical interventions which are available to prevent them. In an ongoing commitment to help provide Domestic Violence outreach to the most vulnerable members of our world, Multimedia Seattle developed the "Safe Home Jordan", Online Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Prevention and Outreach Directory for women and adolescent girls in the country of Jordan. Multimedia Seattle has dedicated itself to provide critical educational outreach and educational resources to ensure the most vulnerable members of our global community are given an opportunity to achieve their full potential as individuals, earn as full and equal partners of society and provide for and protect their families.

Annie Sparrow, M.D.
Featuring the work and research of Pediatrician Dr. Annie Sparrow and Olivier Bercault Featuring the work and research of Pediatrician Dr. Annie Sparrow and Olivier Bercault. The program featured Jemera Rone, Sudan Researcher, Human Rights Watch; Olivier Bercault, Emergencies Researcher, Human Rights Watch; Dr. Annie Sparrow, Third Millennium Fellow, Harvard University Researcher, Human Rights Watch; and moderator Jerry Fowler, Staff Director, Committee on Conscience, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.


http://www.multimediaseattle.org/outreach

Annie Sparrow, M.D.
Featuring the work and research of Pediatrician Dr. Annie Sparrow and Olivier Bercault Featuring the work and research of Pediatrician Dr. Annie Sparrow and Olivier Bercault. The program featured Jemera Rone, Sudan Researcher, Human Rights Watch; Olivier Bercault, Emergencies Researcher, Human Rights Watch; Dr. Annie Sparrow, Third Millennium Fellow, Harvard University Researcher, Human Rights Watch; and moderator Jerry Fowler, Staff Director, Committee on Conscience, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.??


http://www.gh-training.org/staff/

Dr. Annie Sparrow (MBBS, MRCP, FRACP, MPH) is Assistant Professor in the Department of Global Health.
An Australian, Dr. Sparrow spent her first ten postgraduate years practicing pediatric intensive care and retrieval medicine in Britain and her native Perth, with research focused on the resuscitation of children with septic shock. A brief stint in in Afghanistan under Taliban rule in 1999 led to an engagement in refugees and global health; such that the next few years were divided between providing urgent care in pediatric and adult tertiary institutions, clinical services to refugees in Australian holding facilities, and mobile primary health care for Aboriginals in remote communities (a collision of first and third world health). A Masters in Public Health at Harvard (2004) was followed by field work in Haiti, health education and training of community leaders in northern Afghanistan, clinical work in Darfur and surveillance in infectious disease following Hurricane Katrina with other volunteers from HHI for the ARC. Most recently she spent several years with Catholic Relief Services working on various natural disasters and complex humanitarian crises (East Timor, Sudan, Chad, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Somalia) for their Emergency Response Team, covering a range of concerns (from cholera, malnutrition and mental health and MCH to HIV, leishmaniasis, and first aid for field workers); and a further year as director of UNICEF's malaria program in Somalia for the Global Fund against Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria, engaged in comprehensive LLIN delivery, case management, BCC, and health systems strengthening with other international and national partners. Since moving to NYC in 2011, in addition to relicensing as a pediatrician she teaches humanitarian aid in complex emergencies and is engaged in research of proximal and distal health outcomes of refugees. Annie Sparrow


Joint Public Letter from Medical, Human Rights, and Relief Organizations to Russian Medical Community - Syrian American Medical Society Foundation

Dr. Annie Sparrow, Assistant Professor Global Health, Deputy Director Human Rights, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai


Statements - Syrian American Medical Society Foundation

Read this letter from Dr. Annie Sparrow and other healthcare professionals as they offer condolences after the loss of Dr. Hasan Al-A'raj on April 13, 2016.


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