O Mistress Mine: Benefit for Health In Harmony

November 19, 2016
6:00-9:00pm ET

Carderock Falls Manor
1323 Calder Road
McLean, VA 22101

Come join us for an evening of entertainment, wine, hors d'oeuvres, and dessert in support of Health In Harmony, a non-profit that engages community-led solutions for human health and the health of our planet.

After the show, you'll have the chance to chat with both Health In Harmony Founder, Dr. Kinari Webb, and a noted Shakespeare scholar.

Click "Reserve your Seat" below and donate $100 to reserve your seat for this special event. There are only 65 seats available, so reserve your spot soon!

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About Health In Harmony

In 1993, Reed College undergraduate biology major, Kinari Webb, traveled to West Kalimantan, Indonesia to pursue her dream of studying orangutans. There, she both experienced the splendor of the rain forest and felt the precariousness of villagers’ lives without access to adequate health care. Kinari went on to gain a medical degree with honors from Yale and in 2005, founded Health In Harmony. She then returned to Indonesia and traveled around the region to find a place with a significant human health need, viable forest still able to be protected, and an engaged local government. She settled in Sukadana, where Kinari and Dr. Hotlin Ompusunggu, an Indonesian dentist, established Alam Sehat Lestari (ASRI).


ASRI runs community-guided medical and conservation programs that work in harmony to create a healthier planet for people, animals, and the environment. Today, Health In Harmony supports the work of ASRI, by fundraising, running a volunteer program, and telling the story of this unique work.

In 2008, Health In Harmony received the Mongabay “Innovation in Conservation Award” and in 2014 was nominated for the Classy Awards. In the same year, Dr. Kinari Webb was awarded the Ashoka Social Entrepreneur Fellowship and was selected as Rainer Arnhold Fellow through the Mulago Foundation.