Ebola: What you Need to Know, with Dr. Jane M. Orient

Dr Jane M Orient

Our special guest is Dr. Jane M. Orient, MD Executive Director of Association of American Physicians and Surgeons.  

Americans may assume that we are immune to or well-protected from the societal chaos and diseases that are spreading through the world.

This is a prescription for a massive …but preventable… disaster.

We need to treat Ebola as a wake-up call.

Even if we discount any possibility of malicious intent, we need to remember the mega-deaths of the 1918 influenza pandemic.

Whatever the source, epidemics like Ebola must not be viewed with complacency.

Here are things the U.S. urgently needs to do, even if the current Ebola furor is a false alarm

From Rio De Janiero: Ernst and Young Partner Oliver Nobumitsu Kamakura

Leader – Brazilian Human Capital Advisory & Assignment Services practice

Executive with wide experience in business-oriented consulting projects within Workforce Strategy and HR Operational Improvement areas, including global mobility, corporate transactions, HR Due Diligence, long term incentive plans, equity-based compensation programs, project management, international tax, social security, and immigration compliance.

Engagements conducted with Fortune 500 multinationals from automotive, technology, life & health sciences and banking industries, and with most of the largest Brazilian-based companies within mining, steel, civil construction, aviation and product consumer.

Client-focused and team player. Currently leads the Brazilian Human Resources Performance Improvement (HRPI) and Talent & Total Rewards practice (30+ professionals) at Ernst & Young.