Vanessa Kerry to speak at SDSU on future of health care

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – Dr. Vanessa Kerry, daughter of Secretary of State John
Kerry, is scheduled to visit San Diego State University Thursday to speak about
the future of health care during a free event open to the public.

Kerry is chief executive officer of Seed Global Health, which sends
doctors and nurses abroad to work as medical educators in developing countries.
She will lecture in Room 242 in Peterson Gym on Campanile Drive at 2 p.m.,
according to SDSU public affairs office.

Other speakers at today's event will include Dr. Janice Kurth, district
governor-elect of the Rotary Clubs of Southern California; Amber Lung, SDSU's
campus Peace Corps recruiter; and Thomas Novotny, professor of global health at

Though the event is free and open to the public, seating is limited and
university officials encouraged attendees to arrive early.

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