Advancing Health Equity Entrepreneurship Series: Community Engagement Part 2

The Center for Entrepreneurship is presenting a Zoom workshop series called “Advancing Health Equity Entrepreneurship” to support entrepreneurs and community members who are seeking to solve issues related to health equity, with a focus on assisting them with deploying their products and services into the community.  This series will also support understanding the unique and ongoing challenges faced by vulnerable communities, which is integral to an effective recovery from COVID-19 and vaccine distribution.

Faculty and students are welcome to register, and participants will receive a certificate of completion if they complete at least five trainings. Recordings will be made available in the event of scheduling conflicts. 

March 17th from 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

This session is Community Engagement Part 2: Bridging the Gap: Understanding and Addressing LGBTQ+ Disparities in Healthcare. Dr. Anthony Santella, Associate Professor of Health Professions, will moderate presentations and a discussion with Elise Schuster, CEO of OkaySo; Dr. Jan Oosting of Rainbow Health Consulting; and Francisco Ramirez, international consultant and training facilitator in diversity and inclusion, sexual respect, and sexual health.

 

For more information, please contact Stacey Sikes, Executive Dean of Entrepreneurship and Business Development at Stacey.Sikes@hofstra.edu

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

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Contact:

Stacey Sikes

Phone: 516-463-7496
Website: Click to Visit

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