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Reducing Geographical Imbalances of Health Workers in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Labor Market Perspective on What Works, What Does Not, and Why Paperback – December 1, 2010


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Ellen S. Smith is Counsel in the Real Estate and Hospitality and Leisure Practice Groups at Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP and was formerly Senior Attorney at InterContinental Hotels Group in Atlanta. Ms. Smith has extensive hospitality industry experience and regularly works on hotel management, hotel finance and hotel development matters throughout North and Central America, the Caribbean and South America. She has been a speaker at industry conferences on such topics as hotel management agreements, hotel mixed-use projects and Caribbean hotel investment. She also has broad general experience with commercial real estate transactions, with emphasis on institutional investment and development. Ms. Smith received her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center in 1990 and her B.A. from Sweet Briar College in 1987.
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