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INTERACTIVE EXPERT PANEL: Continued Conversation About the Built Environment

This panel recording, along with the other components of this episode, can be viewed here

Meeting Description:

Welcome to Building Healthy, Equitable Communities Through Comprehensive Long-Range Planning, in which we'll explore the interconnected elements of healthy places. We kicked off the conversation by blogging about generations of laws and policies that are behind today's place-based health disparities. We followed the blog with a webinar in which we examined how to build health and equity into long-range plans. Now we invite you to join us for this interactive expert panel, which convenes experts who will answer your questions and delve into innovative ways that they are promoting health equity through place-based planning and investment.

We'll hear perspectives from

  • Erik Calloway (moderator), senior planner at ChangeLab Solutions
  • Andrea Nelson, senior community development specialist at the San Francisco Planning Department
  • Kate Kingery, deputy director of community transformation at County Health Rankings & Roadmaps
  • Stephanie Garcia-Vause, assistant city manager for the City of Henderson, NV

This is the fourth episode of a 6-part series. To learn more about other elements of a healthy, equitable community, check out the rest of the episodes here.

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Date: Thu, Aug 23, 2018
Time: 11:00 AM PDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): ChangeLab Solutions
 Presenter Information
Erik Calloway
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Erik Calloway is a senior planner at Changelab Solutions, where he focuses on the links between the built environment and health. Erik conducts research, prepares strategies and develops tools to help communities support healthy living and sustainability.

Andrea Nelson
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Andrea Nelson is a senior community development specialist with the San Francisco Planning Department. Andrea works directly with vulnerable communities in the city to advance racial and social equity, prevent displacement, and stabilize communities. She conducts research, assesses policies and programs, and builds relationships and collaborative partnerships to support equity throughout the city.

Kate Kingery
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Kate Kingery is the deputy director of community transformation at County Health Rankings & Roadmaps. Kate provides strategic and operational oversight of CHR&R's community learning and guidance, and Action Center resources. Prior to joining the program in 2017, Kate spent more than 25 years working on policy and systems to improve the well-being of children, families, and communities.

Stephanie Garcia-Vause
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Stephanie Garcia-Vause was named assistant city manager for the city of Henderson, NV in March 2018. Under her leadership, the city led Southern Nevada's first regional planning initiative, Southern Nevada Strong (SNS) and ultimately produced the first federally-recognized Regional Plan for sustainable development allowing all local municipalities to compete for funding never before available.