Photo credit: Jennifer Clapp

The Balsillie School community extends warmest congratulations to Tracey Wagner-Rizvi who successfully defended her thesis, “The Fox Building the Henhouse: Corporate Influence on Global Health Governance and the Risks to the World Health Organization” on July 28, 2020.

Special thanks to her supervisor, Jennifer Clapp and committee members Rianne Mahon, Dan Gorman, internal/external Craig Janes and external examiner, Jeremy Youde, College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota, Duluth.

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    Tracey's doctoral research looks at how civil society and corporate actors are able to influence global health policy-making, especially when…