Enterprise Bank invites you to join them for their upcoming virtual Non-Profit Collaborative seminar, Using Data to Advance Equity in our Community During the Pandemic and Moving Forward.
Thursday, May 6, 2021, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Virtual Zoom Seminar
In June of 2020, Lowell Community Health Center’s Board of Directors declared that racism is a public health crisis.As part of demonstrating its commitment to equity, inclusion, and combating racism, the health center produces a COVID-19 Vaccination Equity Report to drive outreach and education efforts. Through a partnership with the Greater Lowell Health Alliance and the health center, a group consisting of 30+ nonprofits, and community influencers are meeting weekly to assure equitable vaccine access, creating the #ThisIsMyWhy campaign and producing videos and materials translated into multiple languages to reach all sectors of our community.
The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare racial and ethnic health disparities that have always existed. It has also taught us a lot about how to better address them. Our diverse panel will delve into the Covid vaccine response through utilizing local, regional, and state data and involving those most affected by the pandemic to create a roadmap for more equitable access to health care moving forward. Join us to talk about learning by the numbers: :
- Gathering and interpreting COVID data through an equity lens
- Putting data into action
- Using data to change systems
- Vaccine rollout efforts in BIPOC (black, Indigenous and people of color) community
Dr. Elizabeth (Beth) Hale, Chief Clinical Officer, Lowell Community Health Center
Vanna Howard, Massachusetts State Representative
Brenda Rodriguez, Chief Strategy and Finance Officer, Lowell Community Health Center
Dr. Hannah Tello, Community Health Data Manager, Greater Lowell Health Alliance
Robert M. Lawlor, CFP®, CTFA®, AEP®, Senior Vice President, Sales & Relationship Development Manager, Enterprise Bank