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Covid 19 Preparing for the Future is a virtual townhall to discuss the latest information around the COVID 19 vaccine and booster shots.

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Covid 19 Preparing for the Future is a virtual townhall hosted by the San Francisco-Peninsula Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc and WISE Health SF.

At this event we will hear from health care professionals as they share the latest information around the COVID 19 vaccine and booster shots. We will also discuss HIPAA laws, employment mandates and different ways to talk to your family and friends about the Booster and their health and safety.

Join us January 19th from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. PST. This is an open public event but registration is required.We welcome and invite attendees to submit questions to socialaction@dstsfpa.org. Zoom information will be provided via email the day prior to the event.

The featured speakers include:

Brittney Doyle, MPHis a San Francisco native and Founder of WISE Health SF, a public health consulting company that develops signature community engagement models to advance health equity within underserved communities. She has over 15 years experience developing and leading health initiatives throughout San Francisco, CA and St. Louis, MO and the state of Texas. Ms. Doyle’s work focuses on increasing access to COVID-19 testing and education, progressing food security, sexual health education and increasing awareness of palliative care. She has demonstrated an uncanny ability to produce community-engage approaches to advance health equity on a national, state and local level. Ms. Doyle collaborates with community organizations, government agencies, health clinics and academic institutions to ensure underserved communities are reached where they work, live,play and pray.

Ms. Doyle earned a Master of Public Health with a concentration behavioral science and social marketing from Saint Louis University; and an undergraduate degree in consumer science and education from the University of Memphis. She currently serves as the Western District Governor for the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women (NANBPWC). She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and San Francisco Business and Professional Women’s Club. She currently sits on the board of SF Village and SisterWeb Doula Network.

Dr. Malcolm Johnis a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) and Director of HIV Health Equity at the UCSF 360 Positive Care Center. He served as the clinical health equity group’s faculty lead for UCSF Medical Center and with his colleagues established UCSF Health’s first Health Equity Council to develop and oversee UCSF’s health equity strategy. He completed a 2 year fellowship with the California Health Care Foundation in 2020, where he worked on Integrating health equity into the quality infrastructure of UCSF Health, Dr.John is now currently the Co-Chair of the UCSF Health Equity Council where he continues to focus on the integration of health equity into the UCSF Health System to ensure all have a fair and just opportunity to reach the optimal health through equitable access to care, clinical outcomes and patient experiences. His other area of focus is working with the Black community to address health disparities. He recently launched the UCSF Black Health Initiative (BHI) to help UCSF be a better partner with the Black community in order to address COVID-19 and related disparities.He recently launched the UCSF Black Health Initiative (BHI) to help UCSF be a better partner with the Black community in order to address COVID-19 and related disparities.He recently launched the UCSF Black Health Initiative (BHI) to help UCSF be a better partner with the Black community in order to address COVID-19 and related disparities.

Dr. John graduated from Harvard Medical School, was a fellow in Infectious Diseases and the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies at UCSF, and completed his Masters in Public Health in Epidemiology from the University of California Berkeley.

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The San Francisco-Peninsula Alumnae Chapter (SFPAC) has been serving the greater San Francisco Peninsula from Sunnyvale to San Francisco for 40 years. Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, SFPAC is vibrant, energetic and strategically focused on deeply impacting our communities through service, programs and partnerships. 

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