Renee Pitter
Posted On December 18, 2020 11:12 pm
Research Programs Manager Center for Sexuality and Health Disparities FOCUS The three main areas that Renee would like to focus on in building a Culture of Health include health communication and information dissemination, aiding in building a pipeline for future Black clinicians and community engagement. She believes that these are areas within her sphere of… View Article
Artina Sadler
Posted On July 22, 2019 11:00 pm
Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer Huron-Clinton Metroparks FOCUS My primary focus is to increase access to and consumption of healthy food and to support the creation of a sustainable food system for Genesee County, Michigan. My methodology is equitable engagement and relationship building. I work with all food system players with the goal of… View Article
Jeremy Moore
Posted On July 22, 2019 10:06 pm
Director, Community Health Programs–Innovations Spectrum Health FOCUS The vast majority of a person’s health is determined by everything but whether that person walks into a doctor’s office. Wealth, housing, and social capital have an extraordinary impact on people’s health and whether they can withstand a health issue. As Director of Community Health Programs–Innovations at Spectrum… View Article
Kent Key
Posted On July 22, 2019 9:49 pm
Research Area Specialist Community Based Organization Partners MOVING FLINT FROM CRISIS TO ACTION FOCUS The Flint Water Crisis was a man-made disaster that affected the citizens physically, mentally, financially and psychologically. Most of the focus has been on young children from a pediatric/clincial perspective. I envision the adoption and operationalizing of Health Equity in All… View Article
Riana Elyse Anderson
Posted On July 22, 2019 9:43 pm
Assistant Professor University of Michigan’s School of Public Health, Department of Health Behavior and Health Education REDUCING RACIAL STRESS AND TRAUMA WITH BLACK FAMILIES FOCUS Repeated exposure to instances of racism and discrimination can result in psychological problems, lower educational attainment, and increased cardiovascular disease, even if it is through just witnessing these events. Research… View Article

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