Seongeun Chun
Posted On December 18, 2020 11:32 pm
Senior Manager of Health Policy New York Immigration Coalition
Amara Ullauri
Posted On November 20, 2020 12:54 am
Farmer Amar(t)anto Herbal Farm Coop FOCUS Amara (they/them/elle) is a queer immigrant farmer and educator. Amara focuses on restoring a sacred relationship with the land by cultivating growing and learning spaces that highlight Afro-Indigenous agricultural traditions technologies and foodways. Amara has been farming in New York City for seven years and is transitioning to working… View Article
Gabriela Álvarez
Posted On March 5, 2020 9:59 pm
Chef Liberation Cuisine FOCUS At the start of the CoHL Fellowship Gabriela had been working as a chef for nearly a decade. She originally went to culinary school with the intention of improving mainstream narratives around healthy BIPOC food. Her work is in response to systemic food apartheid, BIPOC food stories and medicinal wisdom being… View Article
Robin Guenther
Posted On July 25, 2019 10:04 pm
Principal, Perkins+Will Senior Advisor, Health Care Without Harm TRANSFORMING HEALTH CARE THROUGH BUILDING HEALTH FOCUS A culture of health can create a health care system that eliminates its own negative environmental impacts, anchors community health and resilience, and leads broader societal transformation MORE ABOUT ROBIN I believe the health care sector can create a world… View Article
Jennifer Godzeno
Posted On July 25, 2019 9:45 pm
Director of Engagement National Association of City Transportation Officials REAL POWER OVER REAL MONEY = EQUITABLE PUBLIC SPENDING FOCUS Our most pressing social and political issues are rooted in an unfortunate misalignment of citizen will, political power and where our tax dollars go. Elected officials and power brokers under-invest in preventative health measures, subsidize food… View Article
Bernard Ortega
Posted On July 23, 2019 1:52 am
Program Administrator Mount Sinai Health System FOCUS Bernard works in East Harlem, where the average life expectancy is 10 years less than the community next door—the Upper East Side. He believes that a person’s health should not be dictated by their zip code. At Mount Sinai Hospital, he has helped form a program with teams… View Article
Wilson Wang
Posted On July 22, 2019 9:05 pm
Pediatric Attending New York City Health and Hospitals A Cross-Sectoral Solution to Youth Violence in East Harlem FOCUS Children in conflict often get hurt at the intersection of systems that are supposed to nourish and protect them. A school altercation is allowed to escalate. The police come bearing handcuffs. A child is brought for dearth… View Article

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