webinar register page

Webinar banner
Successful Public Health Campaigns: How to Win on Climate
For decades, public health professionals have advocated for population-scale interventions to improve our overall health and well-being. Examples include traffic safety laws, bans on unhealthy products, and equitable access to care. What can we learn from these campaigns to inform climate successes?

Join us for the July episode of ecoAmerica and Climate for Health's new climate discussion series, Let's Talk Climate, on July 23 from 2 - 3 pm EDT to hear from:

John Auerbach, President and CEO, Trust for America’s Health
Delegate Robbyn Lewis, District 46, Baltimore City, Maryland House of Delegates

This episode will be moderated by Rebecca Rehr, Director of Climate for Health at ecoAmerica.

Jul 23, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Webinar logo
* Required information
Loading

Speakers

John Auerbach
President & CEO, Trust for America’s Health
John Auerbach is president and CEO of Trust for America’s Health (TFAH). As such he oversees TFAH’s work to promote sound public health policy and make disease prevention a national priority. Over the course of a 30-year career he has held senior public health positions at the federal, state, and local levels. As Associate Director at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) he oversaw policy and the agency’s collaborative efforts with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, commercial payers, and large health systems. During his six years as the Commissioner of Public Health for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, he developed innovative programs to promote health equity, combat chronic and infectious disease, and support the successful implementation of the state’s health care reform initiative.
Robbyn Lewis
State Delegate, Maryland’s 46th District
Robbyn Lewis is a State Delegate in Maryland’s 46th District serving on the Health & Government Operations Committee. Delegate Lewis is an international health professional, sustainability advocate and community leader. Delegate Lewis has applied her public health and community organizing skills in to improve quality of life in her community. An award-winning greening champion, she led implementation of large-scale tree plantings and expansion of energy conservation. She founded the first and only grassroots political committee, Red Line Now, to mobilize support for transit investment. Her 2016 placemaking project called “Green Alley” won national attention and helped inspire interest in community art.