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** Coffee and Refreshments will be served**
Be a Part of the Change: Let's use Tech to live Better Lives.
There's a gap in healthcare - you know technology is better, but why aren't we healthier?
Join experts from Kaiser Permanente, American Heart Association, Lean Startup, UCSF and others in finding real practical solutions to our community health problems.
Let's close the Digital Divide and become Health and Tech Literate!
At this conference, you can:
Network with people from the world of Startups, Nonprofits, Health Cos. and Government
Learn how to use health apps in your daily life and impact the health of your Community
Compete in a Pitch Contest to Promote your Startup
Promote your Business - Reserve a table as a Vendor
Sponsor our event to make your brand visible to in-person and digital audiences
Ms. Mina Wilson of Kaiser Permanente and CEO of Community Engagement Initiative
Mike Gonzalez, Senior Regional Director of Multicultural Health Initiatives at American Heart Association
Cyprian Kibuka, VP of Business Development [Telehealth]
Cynthia Jaggi, Gatherwell and Living Economy Advisers
Milan Drake, Coding Corps Program Director, Alameda County/#YESWECODE
Dr. J. Nwando Olayiwola, MD, MPH, FAAFP, UCSF
Vanessa Mason, Co Founder at P2Health Startup Incubator
Andria Hancock-Crear, Program Director, Essential Access Health
Kristen M.J. Azar, Director, Community Health R&D Program, Sutter Health
Domenica Giovannini, Founder and CEO of MaberMe, Inc, MPH
Pitch Contest Judges:
Uriridiakoghene (Ulili) Onovakpuri, Venture Capitalist at Fresco Capital and Kapor Capital
Phil Dillard, Lean Startup
Marquesa Finch Co-Founder at P2Health Incubator
The African American Wellness Project (AAWP) was established in 2000 to respond to the inequity in health care delivery that exists in underserved communities, particularly in
With our nationally syndicated radio shows About Health Minute and over 400,000 listeners weekly on KBLX and KPFA, the AAWP is launching a cross-media digital presence to be the premier media communications organization in the health space for African Americans.
The AAWP develops guides and resources to assist communities to better navigate the Health Care System, particularly the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare.
We also train Health Care Professionals communicate better to deliver the best care to People of Color.
Ok, what can I do?
1. Sign up now for a ticket, meet panelists, network and make a difference!
2. Are you a local business owner connected to health or wellness? Email us at email@example.com and sign up below to network and grow your business.
3. Are you a budding Entrepreneur with a great idea? Sign up for the Pitch Contest and earn prize money!
4. Sponsor us to get your name out there and make a difference too!
Thank you to our Sponsors and Partners!
If this is a cause you care about, you can help support us!
Mail a Check to 'African American Wellness Project' c/o Dr. Lenoir, 2940 Summit Street, Oakland, CA 94609.