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Measuring Community Investment's Impact on Health and Racial Equity
As recovery from the pandemic continues, many leaders are looking to deploy resources to address the inequities laid bare by COVID-19. But it’s hard to make investment decisions without the data or tools to inform priorities and solutions.

A growing number of resources can help communities decide where and how to invest. Join us for a webinar with the experts at the forefront of efforts to invest with purpose, measure the impact of community investments on health and equity, and prioritize resident voices and leadership in decision-making processes.


-Thea James, MD, Vice President of Mission and Associate Chief Medical Officer, Boston Medical Center
-Maggie Super Church, MSc, MCP, Vice President for Healthy and Resilient Communities, Conservation Law Foundation
-Roberto Requejo, MUPP, Program Director, Elevated Chicago

Facilitator: Ruth Thomas-Squance, PhD, MPH, Senior Director of Field Building, Build Healthy Places Network

Panelists will share their experiences and perspectives on a wide range of issues, including:

-How to intentionally center -- and measure -- racial and health equity through community investment
-How specific tools are working to center racial and health equity and resident voice in community investments, and how they can be adapted for local community contexts
-How the layered crises of the COVID-19 pandemic have affected the landscape of community investment

Jul 27, 2021 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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