Advancing Health and Community Development Partnerships - November 6, 2017
Build Healthy Places Network
The Build Healthy Places Network brings together leaders from community development, finance, public health, and health care, increasing cross-sector collaboration to address both economic and health improvements in low-income neighborhoods.
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
The Community and Economic Development program of the Atlanta Fed works to activate financial, human, and social capital to foster the conditions that facilitate economic growth in the Federal Reserve System's Sixth District.
Georgia Health Policy Center
The Georgia Health Policy Center, established in 1995, provides evidence-based research, program development, and policy guidance to improve health status at the community level.
|Attendee arrival and registration|
|5:30||Welcome and opening remarks
Raphael Bostic, (via video), President and Chief Executive Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Sameera Fazili, Senior Adviser, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Doug Jutte, Executive Director, Build Healthy Places Network
Karen Minyard, Director, Georgia Health Policy Center
Tina Lowe, Real Estate Adviser, Atlanta Housing Authority
Meaghan Shannon-Vlkovic, Vice President and Market Leader Southeast, Enterprise Community Partners
Elizabeth Skillen, Senior Adviser, Office of the Associate Director for Policy, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Leslie Watson, Analyst, Community Economic Investment Program, Dignity Health
Don Schwarz, Vice President-Program, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
|6:05||Conversation and networking|
Transportation will be provided back to the Georgia World Congress Center.