On Thursday, September 27, join the Believe in a Healthy Newark coalition for “National Lessons, Local Impact,” the second annual Building a Culture of Health Conference. This one-day convening features panel and breakout conversations with experts from community-based organizations, health and human service agencies, health care, government and philanthropy to share best practices in the areas of Adverse Childhood Experiences, Food and Fitness, and Healthy Homes.
Specific topics to be explored include:
- Community-Based Leadership Development
- Collective Impact and Measuring Progress, and
- The Role of Traditional and Social Media in Promoting a Culture of Health, in which New Jersey Health Initiatives’ Deputy Director of Programs, Diane Hagerman, will serve as a panelist.
Registration is still open for “National Lessons, Local Impact,” the second annual Building a Culture of Health Conference. The conference runs from 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. and will be held at the NJIT Campus Center in Newark.
Learn more about the Believe in a Healthy Newark coalition here