During the third webinar of the "Advancing Health Equity in Local Health Departments" series, we’ll discuss:
- Why fostering community partnerships is key to advancing health equity
- How Alameda County in California engages in social justice movements to advance health and racial equity
- How Kansas City shares power and space with community organizers to change policy
- How NACCHO is supporting building community alliances to advance equity
- Resources to help your health department foster community partnerships to advance health equity
We recommend folks read the Alameda County and Kansas City case studies before the webinar.
Evonda Thomas Smith, RN, MSN, Director, Evanston Health and Human Services Department
Sandi Galvez, Director of Health Equity, Policy and Planning for the Alameda County Public Health Department
Rex Archer, MD, MPH, Director of Health for the City of Kansas City, Missouri; past-president of NACCHO
Jonathan Heller (facilitator), Co-Director, Human Impact Partners
Questions? Contact Human Impact Partners.
This webinar is limited to the first 1,000 attendees. If you register for the webinar but can't attend the live presentation on Jan. 9, you'll receive an email after the webinar with a link to an archived recording of the event.