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August 8 Webinar: Bridging the Gap — Successful Health and Community Development Partnerships in Practice

Join the Build Healthy Places Network and NeighborWorks America in a webinar diving into the innovative work happening across the health and community development sectors.

Interested in developing a health strategy with partnerships outside of your own sector? Join Build Healthy Places Network, The CaseMade, and NeighborWorks America and learn more about the connections between health and community development and opportunities for partnering to improve health and well-being.

As our speakers draw on their varied experience bridging the health and community development sectors, you will learn more about entry points, the motivations and perspectives that community development and health sectors each bring to their work, shared goals across sectors, and successful strategies to make your case for partnership. 

For those joining the NeighborWorks America National Training Institute, this webinar serves as a primer for the Closing the Life Expectancy Gap Symposium on August 21 in New Orleans.

Speakers

The speakers will draw on their varied experience bridging the health and community development sectors.

Tim Bete
President
St. Mary Development Corporation
Colleen Flynn
Director of National Programs
Build Healthy Places Network
Dr. Tiffany Manuel
President and CEO
The Case Made
Sarah Norman
Director of Healthy Homes and Communities
NeighborWorks America

 

 

  • After registering, login information will be sent via email.
  • The conversations will also be archived on our YouTube Channel if you are not able to catch it live.

This webinar is co-sponsored by the Build Healthy Places Network and NeighborWorks America

About the Author

Build Healthy Places Network and NeighborWorks America

Where you live affects how long you live — and community-based organizations can play a vital role in reducing the gap in life expectancy between communities by working with hospitals and health professionals. We’ll be strengthening this partnership at NeighborWorks America’s symposium Aug. 21. Join the discussion and register. http://ow.ly/Jx8j50uwxIN