Health Equity Symposium Meeting Planning and Facilitation

State
DC
Description
NACCHO, with support from the CDC, is offering a funding opportunity for a skilled meeting planner and facilitator for a mid-size (50-100) one-day in-person event to be held in Denver, CO the week of NACCHO’s Annual 360 Conference from July 10-13, 2023. This meeting will bring together grantees and partners from the Health Equity and Overdose Prevention Mentorship Program for the Health Equity Symposium. This is the second iteration of our mentorship program and includes opportunities for local health departments (LHDs) to learn from peers, share experiences and exchange strategies for integrating health equity into drug overdose prevention and response efforts. As part of this work, the Health Equity Symposium is a chance for the grantees to 1) share and celebrate their program and jurisdiction successes, challenges, and lessons learned, 2) network with one another, and 3) engage with new public health thought leaders to learn and discuss best practices and strategies for embedding equity into overdose prevention and response initiatives.

State: DC

Listing Agency: National Association of County and City Health Officials

Proposal Due Date: 2023-03-03

Submission Type: Email

Description: NACCHO, with support from the CDC, is offering a funding opportunity for a skilled meeting planner and facilitator for a mid-size (50-100) one-day in-person event to be held in Denver, CO the week of NACCHO’s Annual 360 Conference from July 10-13, 2023. This meeting will bring together grantees and partners from the Health Equity and Overdose Prevention Mentorship Program for the Health Equity Symposium. This is the second iteration of our mentorship program and includes opportunities for local health departments (LHDs) to learn from peers, share experiences and exchange strategies for integrating health equity into drug overdose prevention and response efforts. As part of this work, the Health Equity Symposium is a chance for the grantees to 1) share and celebrate their program and jurisdiction successes, challenges, and lessons learned, 2) network with one another, and 3) engage with new public health thought leaders to learn and discuss best practices and strategies for embedding equity into overdose prevention and response initiatives.