The State of Women’s Health symposium (#SWH2018) is an innovative, collaborative summit featuring policymakers, advocates, leaders, and experts exploring remedies to critical health & equity issues facing women & families today.
11am-12pm Check-In/Registration & Sponsor/Nonprofit Exhibit Tables
12-1:30pm Luncheon/Keynote Speaker
1:30-3pm Workshop Session 1
3:30-5pm Workshop Session 2
5-6:30pm Cocktail Reception/Keynote Speaker
Anita Woodley is an Emmy® award winner, and recipient of numerous awards for her creative health education work as a keynote speaker, national journalist, storyteller, producer, actress, poet, mixed-media folk artist, and playwright. Anita was voted 2017 both Arts & Culture Woman of the Year and the Health Equity Impact Community Member of the Year.
Anita Woodley creates thrillingly entertaining, adaptable and transformational theatrical presentations that educate, promote good (and prevent harmful) practices to one’s overall health. For more information about her creative health education, please visit www.anitawoodley.com.
Loren Robinson, MD, MSHP is the Deputy Secretary for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Her focus is on preventive health and wellness programs geared toward improving the well-being of all Pennsylvanians. In this position, Dr. Robinson focuses on many aspects of health including reducing childhood obesity, teen health, lead poisoning prevention, maternal child health, HIV, Hepatitis C and health equity. Prior to joining the Pennsylvania Department of Health, she completed the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program at the University of Pennsylvania where she also served as a fellow in the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics and the Penn Institute for Urban Research. Most recently, Dr. Robinson was selected for the prestigious Presidential Leadership Scholars program, a national program that brings together leaders from across non-profit, military, public, and private sector fields to learn leadership lessons first-hand from four past presidencies.
Tickets are $60 for a Full Conference Ticket (includes luncheon, workshop sessions and cocktail reception) and $40 for Half-Day Ticket (includes either Option 1: luncheon & workshop sessions or Option 2: workshop sessions & cocktail reception). Discounts are available for students.
Please note that #SWH2018 will provide 3 Continuing Education Units by the American College of Nurse-Midwives. For all questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.