City-Anchor Partners Leverage Assets to Improve Health
Posted by Anchor Institutions Task Force on July 2, 2018
Wednesday, July 11, 2018 (2:00 to 3:00 pm ET)
City leaders and anchor partners from Columbus and Memphis are leveraging local assets to improve factors that affect health. Healthy Homes in Columbus and the Memphis Medical District Collaborate are adding affordable housing, catalyzing community development, increasing jobs and improving workforce development, and spurring neighborhood-centered planning and design. This Culture of Health web forum is the second in a series co-sponsored by NLC and Marga, Incorporated.
· Hannah Jones – Deputy Director of Community Development, City of Columbus, OH
· Doug McGowen – Chief Operating Officer, City of Memphis, TN
· Tommy Pacello – President, Memphis Medical District Collaborative
· Gretchen West – Exec Director, Healthy Homes, Columbus, OH
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