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Design Thinking for Community Change

Thursday, December 6, 2018

 1pm – 2pm ET / 10am – 11am PT

Design Thinking has emerged as a powerful approach to centering communities in designing solutions and programs focused on preventing childhood adversities and eliminating health inequities. This webinar will provide an introduction to the Design Thinking framework and discuss how this tool can be used to strengthen health equity and community change initiatives that seek to ensure that all children and families thrive in healthy communities. Featured speakers will share innovative examples of how they are utilizing Design Thinking across a range of areas, including education equity, public health, and community engagement.


Featured speakers include:

  • Moderator: Ronda Alexander, Director of Operations, Vital Village Network at Boston Medical Center

  • Candace Brooks, Senior Design Researcher, Agncy

  • Patricia Bowie, Senior Fellow, UCLA Center for Healthier Children, Families and Communities

  • Shelley Danner, Co-Founder and Project Director, Challenge Detroit

Note: A Spanish audio recording of the session is forthcoming.

December 6, 2018: Design Thinking for Community Change

December 6, 2018: Design Thinking for Community Change

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