What About Workforce? March 2020 Update

by Andrea Guzman, Workforce Development Coordinator

The NHPHA Workforce Development Program is excited to announce that our Food Insecurity Webinar will be on March 19, 2020, and our Career Panel Webinar will be on April 1, 2020. 

Food Insecurity Webinar

As the NHPHA has made addressing food insecurity in New Hampshire a major priority, we are thrilled to have the opportunity to have some of our experts all in one place to share ideas and address social determinants of food insecurity. We are grateful to be working with Joanne Burke, of UNH Department of Agriculture, Nutrition and Food Systems, who will be discussing food insecurity as a social determinant of health; Jessica Carson, of the UNH Carsey School of Public Policy, who will tell us about the data; Lissa Sirois, of NH DHHS DPHS, who will inform us about essential federal and state programs; Joan Ascheim, of NHPHA, who will tell us what is working with regard to food insecurity; Meg Henning, of Keene State College, who will talk about how food insecurity affects the undergraduate population; Deb Anthony, of Gather, who will tell us about the Gather program; and Rebecca Woitkowski, of New Futures, who will discuss food insecurity policy issues.

Career Panel Webinar

The Career Panel Webinar is aimed at students thinking about a career in public health and who want to learn more about what their career options could be. We have a great group of panelists who will discuss their current positions and the trajectory that got them there. Our panelists include Victoria Adewumi, Community Liaison with the Manchester Health Department; Catherine Bardier, Vice President of Wellness and Population Health at New London Hospital; Meghan Farrell, Vice President of Community Engagement at New Futures; David LaFlamme, Maternal and Child Health Epidemiologist for the State of New Hampshire; and Gwen Williams, Health and Licensing Officer for the City of Concord.

We are really looking forward to hosting these webinars and reaching as many people as possible!

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