Webinar (Tuesday) for “Leading the Way to Health Equity”

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Hi Mark,

If you haven't registered already, don't miss our free webinar, “Leading the Way to Health Equity,” tomorrow, 10/13, at 12pm ET/11am CT. 

This timely conversation between one of the most respected health and social justice leaders of our time, Dr. David Satcher, and our CEO, Rob Bisceglie, will cover the current issues threatening kids' mental and physical health and well-being, as well as the type of leadership needed to tackle those issues. 

Key to the conversation are insights from Dr. Satcher's new book, My Quest for Health Equity: Notes on Learning While Leading, and his time as the 16th U.S. Surgeon General and Former Director of the CDC. Dr. Satcher has helped shape the landscape of health equity and accomplished a lot along the way. So make sure you catch these learnings to apply to your own mission to build a healthier world for kids.  

Register noweven if you can't make it live, a video of the webinar will be sent to your email after the event. You can also help us continue our vital work accomplishing the mission Dr. Satcher set forth for us when he founded Action for Healthy Kids 18 years ago by donating today

 
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