Dr. Jane Aronson of WWO to Speak at DCI’s 2011 Conference on Child Rights & Sight

It is with great pleasure that DCI confirms Dr. Jane Aronson of the Worldwide Orphans Foundation as a speaker at the 2011 Conference on Child Rights & Sight at Yale.
Dr. Aronson is a board certified general pediatrician and pediatric infectious diseases specialist, and has been a practicing adoption medicine specialist for the past 12 years. She is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University, and the director of International Pediatric Health Services (IPH), which she opened in 2000.

In 1997, Dr. Aronson founded the Worldwide Orphans Foundation to transform the lives of orphaned children and help them become healthy, independent, and productive members of their communities and the world. Since founding WWO, she has visited orphanages in Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, Russia, and Latin America.

DCI is eager to learn more about Dr. Aronson’s work and benefit from her expertise as we continue to develop our own Orphan Support Program. We are certain that her knowledge and compassion will have a great impact on all our guests at this year’s conference.