Building a Culture of Health in New Jersey: Thriving Communities Transform Lives is a one-day conference that seeks to address health equity, community-specific barriers and shifting values toward health as well as examine communities that are seeing successful outcomes using innovative methods. School administrators, local health officers, policy makers and residents are all encouraged to attend. Register now
During the conference, join NJHI Deputy Director of Programs Diane Hagerman for the morning panel “The Balancing Act of Planning, Partners, Programs and Policy.” She will serve as the moderator while community coalitions from Perth Amboy and Elizabeth share how they have been able to balance the long-term focus on policy change while still managing the day-to-day planning and program delivery through the support of strong multi-sector partnerships. Healthy Places by Design, strategic partners for communities and those who invest in them, helping turn visions of health into equitable and lasting impact will bring a national perspective to the conversation.
Steve Jobin, Raritan Bay Area YMCA President/CEO and NJHI Project Director of the Healthier Perth Amboy Coalition,
Alane McCahey, Senior Director of Community Initiatives, The Gateway Family YMCA and NJHI Project Director of Shaping Elizabeth Community Health Initiative,
and Joanne Lee, Collaborative Learning Director, Healthy Places by Design.
New Jersey Health Initiatives is a sponsor of Building a Culture of Health in New Jersey: Thriving Communities Transform Lives.
Registration for Building a Culture of Health in New Jersey: Thriving Communities Transform Lives is $40-$120 per person; the Early Registration rate is available until Sunday, September 23, 2018. Click here for full details and to register