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Equity Series Session 2 - Building Trust and Confidence for the Long Term: How to design COVID-19 mitigation and vaccination strategies on campus responsive to the needs of marginalized communities

Includes a Live Event on 07/09/2021 at 3:00 PM (EDT)

Equity Series Session 2 - Building Trust and Confidence for the Long Term: How to design COVID-19 mitigation and vaccination strategies on campus responsive to the needs of marginalized communities


Join us for the second session in the HECCOP and CoVAC Equity Series.

Objectives:

•       Campus Personnel will understand how to leverage inclusive and expansive forms of evidence with an equity-minded lens to inform mitigation and vaccination strategies.
•       Campus personnel will understand how to incorporate listening session results into mitigation and vaccination strategies on campus. 
•       Campus personnel will learn the importance of including communication and practices, policies and protocols responsive to the needs and experiences of marginalized communities in building trust and confidence. 
•       Campus personnel will be able to apply the approach of partnering with credible trusted community members to deliver credible, trustworthy messaging.


Session Information 

Format: Live webinar
Date: July 9, 2021  
Time: 3:00 pm-4:00 pm ET 

Expiration Date: July 9, 2022 
After the expiration date, this webinar will no longer be accessible for viewing or downloading.

Cost: 
FREE

Speaker(s)

Raphael Coleman,
Columbia University

Shawnte Elbert,
The Ohio State University

Kristina Mereigh,
Smith College

Raphael Coleman

Executive Director of Alice! Health Promotion

Columbia University

Dr. Raphael Coleman is Executive Director of Alice! Health Promotion at Columbia University and an Adjunct Assistant Professor for Community Health Sciences at Tulane University. In addition to serving as the Chair of the Health Promotion Section Research Committee, he also serves as a co-chair for the ACHA Racial Marginalization and Health Inequities task force. As a critical scholar-practitioner his efforts center the experiences of historically minoritized students, with a particular emphasis on health and well-being related among Black queer and transgender university students.

Shawnte Elbert

Associate Vice President of Health and Well-being

The Ohio State University

Shawnté is the Associate Vice President of Health and Well-being at The Ohio State University and an adjunct Assistant Professor at Tulane University’s online MPH program. She just concluded her tenure as the Associate Dean of Health and Wellness at Central Washington University. She is a graduate of East Carolina University with a BS in Health Education & Promotion with a concentration in Worksite Health. She received her MA degree in Wellness from Chatham University and completed her Ed.D. from St. Thomas University in Educational Leadership & Management. Shawnté is a Master Certified Health Education Specialist, a Certified Health & Wellness Professional (ACHA), and Certified Wellness & Health Coach. At East Carolina University-Student Health she was the Health Educator for over five and a half years. While at East Carolina, she also served as the Assistant Director of Greek Life for the National Pan-Hellenic Council and the Multicultural Greek Council. After ECU, she worked at UNC Charlotte – Center for Wellness Promotion, where she was the ATOD Health Educator. After three and a half years, she moved to IUPUI as the inaugural Director of Health and Wellness Promotion. In addition, Shawnté held faculty appointments with the IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences and the School of Liberal Arts. She has served as an Adjunct Instructor teaching Peer Health, and Health and Wellness courses. She is active in the American College Health Association, where she sits on the Board of Directors and NASPA, in which she serves as the Co-Chair for the Wellness and Health Promotion Knowledge Community.

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Equity Series Session 2 - Building Trust and Confidence for the Long Term: How to design COVID-19 mitigation and vaccination strategies on campus responsive to the needs of marginalized communities
07/09/2021 at 3:00 PM (EDT)   |  60 minutes
07/09/2021 at 3:00 PM (EDT)   |  60 minutes On the day of the event, beginning 5 minutes prior to session time, click the "Join" button that will appear to the right to launch Zoom to enter the session. You may need to refresh your browser for the join button to appear.
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