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Event Title: Maternal, Paternal, Childhood and Adolescent Health and Wellbeing in Communities of Color

When: March 5th, 2018

Where: The California Endowment, 1000 N. Alameda Ave., LA, CA 90012

What: Join us for a one-day conference focused on childhood and adolescent injury and violence prevention in communities of color.

Proposed Agenda (Draft - Subject to Modification)

8:00 am - Registration; Continental Breakfast with Tea/Coffee; Informal Networking

8:30 am to 8:45 am - Welcome Statement and Event Overview by event partner to be named later.

8:45 am - 9:15 am: The Importance of Paternal Health or Why Should Be A Part of the Maternal, Child, Adolescent Health Equation by Dr. Randal Henry, Chief Intelligence Officer, Community Intelligence

9:20 am to 9:50 am - Keynote Address: The State Maternal, paternal, Child and Adolescent Health in Communities of Color by Dr. Deborah Prothrow-Stith (invited), Dean, Charles Drew University Medical School

9:55 am to 11:00 am - Morning Panel: Key Maternal, Paternal, Child and Adolecent Health Issues Impacting Communities of Color by a leading southern California Maternal, Paternal, Child and Adolescent Health professionals (speaker/panelists/moderator to be named later).

11:05 am to 12:00 am - Funder Panel Discussion: Philanthropic Support for Maternal, Paternal, Child and Adolecent Health - The Role of Funders in Preventing Domestic Violence and intimate Partner Violence (speaker/panelists/moderator to be named later).

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm - Lunch Break with vegan/vegetarian options

1:00 to 2:30 pm - Workshops/Breakout Sessions

2:30 pm to 2:45 pm - Afternoon Break

2:45 pm to 3:00 pm - Workshops/Breakout Sessions

3:05 pm - 4:05 pm - Closing Session: (i.e., The Closing Session is still under development at this time). Also, please Note that the Conference Closing Session will be held in a breakout room that holds 50-55 people.

4:05 pm - Adjourn

Attendees: This conference is intended for people who work with, in and/or for communities of color including maternal and child health advocates, injury and violence prevention professionals, public health professionals, mental health professionals, educators/school teachers, law enforcement, students (undergraduate and graduate), park and recreation personnel (e.g. Parks after Dark and Saturday Night Lights), and domestic/family/intimate partner violence professionals however, everyone is welcome.

Registration:

Early Bird Registration: $45 – ends January 15th, 2018

Students/Low Income: $35

After January 15th: $90

Conference Day: $110

Food/Amenities:

A light breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be provided. Tea, coffee and water will be available throughout the day.

Keynote Addresses (proposed):

  • State of Injury & Violence in Communities of Color
  • Addressing Health Disparities in Injury & Violence in LA County

Featured Panel (proposed):

What’s Really Hurting Kids of Color in Southern California

and How Do We Stop It?

Proposed Featured Panelists:

LACDPH -MCAH, Local Injury Prevention Specialists, UCLA, CHLA, Long Beach Health Department, Pasadena Health Department, Riverside Health Department, San Bernardino Health Department, Charles Drew University,

Featured Workshops (proposed – subject to modification):

Importance of Paternal Role in Fatherhood/Project Fatherhood

Gun Violence Prevention

Safe Routes to School

Impact of Childhood Trauma on Youth/Adolescent Development

Importance of Child passenger and Motor Vehicle Safety

Unintentional Injuries on MBOC/WGOC

Promising Injury Prevention Practices in Diverse Communities

Intentional Injury, Violence and Trauma on MBOC/WGOC

Addressing Child Abuse and Neglect in Communities of Color

Vision Zero: Pedestrian Safety

Gang prevention and Intervention efforts

Event Organizational Planning Partners:

Community Intelligence; Making Connections Network; VPCGLA, Prevention Institute; Positive Results Corporation; Project Fatherhood-Children’s Institute Inc.; Dignity Health-California Hospital Medical Center; LACDPH - Injury & Violence Prevention Program; LACDPH – MCAH (invited); Children’s Defense Fund – California; Los Angeles County Black Infant Health Program

Note:

  • MPCAH = Maternal, Paternal, Child and Adolescent Health
  • MBOC = Men and Boys of Color
  • WGOC = Women and Girls of Color
  • Christopher Garcia

    Christopher Garcia

    Christopher Garcia Music

    Musician

  • Alan-Michael Graves

    Alan-Michael Graves

    Project Fatherhood, Children's Institute, Inc.

    Director

  • Kandee Lewis

    Kandee Lewis

    Positive Results Corporation

    Executive Director

  • Margaret Lynn Yonekura, MD

    Margaret Lynn Yonekura, MD

    Director, Community Benefit Foundation

    Dignity Health California Hospital Medical Center

  • Deborah Prothrow-Stith, MD

    Deborah Prothrow-Stith, MD

    Charles R. Drew University

    Dean, Professor of Medicine

  • Manal Aboelata, MPH

    Manal Aboelata, MPH

    Prevention Institute

    Managing Director

  • Randal Henry, DrPH, MPH

    Randal Henry, DrPH, MPH

    Community Intelligence

    Founder/Chief Intelligence Officer




  • RC Regina Cox

    Regina Cox

    Great Beginnings for Black Babies - LA County Black Infant Health Program

    Mental Health Specialist/Program Supervisor

  • JE Jill Elam

    Jill Elam

    All 4 Kids/Children's Bureau of Southern California - LA County Black Infant Health Program Supervisor

    Black Infant Health Program Supervisor (Lancaster)

  • NE Nicole Evans

    Nicole Evans

    City of Pasadena - Los Angeles County Black Infant Health Program

    Black Infant Health Program Coordinator

  • Christopher Garcia

    Christopher Garcia

    Christopher Garcia Music

    Musician

  • Alan-Michael Graves

    Alan-Michael Graves

    Project Fatherhood, Children's Institute, Inc.

    Director

  • LK Lynn Kersey

    Lynn Kersey

    Maternal and Child Health Access

    Executive Director

  • JL Jason Lacsamana

    Jason Lacsamana

    Program Officer

    St. Joseph's Health Community Partnership Fund

  • Kandee Lewis

    Kandee Lewis

    Positive Results Corporation

    Executive Director

  • Brian Malte

    Brian Malte

    Hope and Heal Fund

    Director

  • Deborah Prothrow-Stith, MD

    Deborah Prothrow-Stith, MD

    Charles R. Drew University

    Dean, Professor of Medicine

  • Margaret Lynn Yonekura, MD

    Margaret Lynn Yonekura, MD

    Director, Community Benefit Foundation

    Dignity Health California Hospital Medical Center

  • Manal Aboelata, MPH

    Manal Aboelata, MPH

    Prevention Institute

    Managing Director

  • Randal Henry, DrPH, MPH

    Randal Henry, DrPH, MPH

    Community Intelligence

    Founder/Chief Intelligence Officer

  • Elena Ong

    Elena Ong

    Asian & Pacific Islander Caucus for Public Health

    Past President & Founding CEO,

  • JVP Jennifer Vanore, PhD

    Jennifer Vanore, PhD

    UniHealth Foundation

    Vice President of Programs

  • YR Yolanda Rogers-Jones

    Yolanda Rogers-Jones

    Los Angeles County Black Infant Health Program

    Black Infant Health Program Coordinator


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