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7th Annual Health Leadership "Aha!" Conference: Leading Through Change
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Event sponsored by the LIU Brooklyn School of Health Professions, the Public Health Association of New York City, the Greater Brooklyn Health Coalition, the Greater New York Society for Public Health Education and the 1199 SEIU League Training and Upgrading Fund

When: 5/18/2012
9 - 5 PM
Where: Marie & Arnold Schwartz Gymnasium
LIU Brooklyn
1 University Plaza/75 DeKalb Ave.
Brooklyn, New York  11210
United States
Contact: Karen Denard Goldman, 718-488-1256

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7th Annual Health Leadership "Aha!" Conference: Leading Through Change
Friday, May 18, 2012


Friday Keynote Speakers

  • Yvonne J. GrahamAssociate Commissioner, NYSDOH, Director, Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities Prevention
  • Richard GitlinDirector, The Gitlin Group
  • Special Guest Speaker from Washington, DC: Todd ParkU.S. Chief Technology Officer -Former CTO, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services

Conversation with Courageous Leaders Panel

  • Lynda CurtisSenior Vice President, Health and Hospitals Corporation
  • Cheryl A. HallExecutive Director, Caribbean Women's Health Association…and more

Choice of Two Afternoon Tracks

Track A: Navigating "Change Challenges" For Aspiring, Rising & Existing Leaders

Select two dynamic discussion topics; Leading through changes in:

  • Community Demographics
  • Values
  • Employee Expectations
  • Funding Streams
  • Ethical Considerations
  • Shrinking Budgets
  • Politics/Policy Makers
  • Policies
  • Health Care Delivery Models
  • Technologies
  • Workforce Preparation Demands
  • Priorities

OR Track B: Supporting "Change Challenges" for Administrative Assistant/Support Staff of Aspiring, Rising & Existing Leaders

How to Support A Leader & How to Support Yourself While Supporting The Leader

Closing Keynote:

Todd Park, US Chief Technology Officer – Leading the Open Government Movement and How to Join the Campaign to Liberate Data to Galvanize Public Health

Great rates: Special Early Bird Discount until May 14th

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