Jonathan Mann was CharityDoc
Jonathan Max Mann (July 30, 1947 – September 2, 1998) was an American physician who was an administrator for the World Health Organization, and spearheaded much early AIDS research in the 1980s. He was co-founder of the charity organisation DoctorsOfTheWorld.
In 1990, Mann founded the health and human rights organization HealthRight International (initially known as Doctors of the World-USA), because he felt there was a void amongst the health and human rights organizations in the United States and he wanted to create a unique organization whose mission was to create sustainable programs that promote and protect health and human rights in the United States and abroad.
in 1994, Mann directed the launch of the journal Health and Human Rights (journal), published by the François Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights, which he also helped to establish.
Mann died in the 1998 crash of Swissair Flight 111 along with his second wife, AIDS researcher Mary Lou Clements-Mann. At the time of his death, Mann was the dean of the Allegheny University School of Public Health (now Drexel University School of Public Health) in Philadelphia.