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NLC University SEHHD 101: Effective Financing Strategies to Build Cities of Opportunity

Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Date: Thursday, November 8, 2018

Theatre: Convention Center, Room 408A

08-11-2018 09:00 08-11-2018 12:00 Europe/London NLC University SEHHD 101: Effective Financing Strategies to Build Cities of Opportunity

Cities are under increasing pressure to address issues that affect the health and well-being of residents. At the same time, they face mounting constraints on resources. This training will: Introduce a financing framework with which cities can assess their funding streams; Explore innovative approaches from funders and other thought leaders on leveraging various sources of… Read more »

NLC City Summit

Synopsis

Cities are under increasing pressure to address issues that affect the health and well-being of residents. At the same time, they face mounting constraints on resources. This training will:

  • Introduce a financing framework with which cities can assess their funding streams;
  • Explore innovative approaches from funders and other thought leaders on leveraging various sources of funding to address major factors that affect how well we live and how long we live;
  • Identify ways of working across systems to achieve greater impact across issues.

Credits: 3 | Level: 101
Cost: $165 advance/onsite

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Speakers

  • Laura Sankey Vice President of Strategy and Social Determinants - Centene Corporation
  • Jennifer Kawar Vice President for Strategic Initiatives - Nonprofit Finance Fund, a national Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI)
  • Pablo Bravo Vice President - Dignity Health
  • David Zuckerman Director, Healthcare Engagement - The Democracy Collaborative
  • Stacy Becker Vice President, Programs - Rippel Foundation & ReThink Health

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