Spring 2021 Master of Public Health Virtual Speaker Series
From Local to Global: Public Health and the COVID-19 Pandemic
Time for a change: The impact of COVID-19 on Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. What does change look like?
County, state, and national organizations discuss how they are making healthcare system changes to address health disparities experienced by BIPOC communities exposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Anatole Manzi, PhD, MPhil, MSPH
Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Clinical Quality and Health Systems Strengthening, Partners In Health
Fanny Jimbo Llapa ‘18, MPH’20
Community Health Worker, Wellshare International
Dai Vu, MPH '98
COVID-19 Coordinators Supervisor, Cultural, Faith, and Disability Branch, Center for Health Equity, Minnesota Department of Health
Fartun Weli, MPH
Executive Director, Isuroon
Chief Operations Officer, NorthPoint Health & Wellness Center, Inc.
Elizabeth Allen, PhD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Public Health
About this MPH Speaker Series: In this three-part series, hear from St. Kate's alumni and local and international partners about their role in pandemic relief, pivoting resources, and how COVID-19 is contributing to disparities and hidden pandemics worldwide. Conversations will focus on innovations, adaptation, discoveries, and lessons that may shape preparedness for future global health crises.
This speaker series is open to the public. Registration is required. Register in the Event URL provided. You will receive a Zoom link via the email address you provide before each event. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Special thanks to the GHR Foundation for providing funding support for this speaker series.