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Dan Derksen delivering opening remarks at the 2020 Arizona Public Health & Policy Forum
This year's Policy Forum had 126 attendees, including 5 legislators, 25 speakers and 28 students.
Sheila Sjolander, Assistant Director, Arizona Department of Health Services
Jami Snyder, AHCCCS Director provides an update.
Michael Allison, ADHS Native American liaison.
Judy Hunt, UA College of Medicine, Phoenix, and Omar Contreras, UA Cancer Center.
Bryna Koch, Arizona Center for Rural Health, introducing the Request to Speak System.
Jennifer Zuñiga (AzAHEC Program), Ben Perlman (JD and MPH student) and Kris Erps (Arizona Telemedicine Program)
Christina Corieri, Senior Policy Advisor, Office of Arizona Governor Doug Ducey
Libby McDannell, CEO, Arizona Medical Association
Brian Hummell, American Cancer Society (ACS) Cancer Action Network (CAN) Arizona Government Relations Director
Thomas Winkle, Director, Arizona Coalition for Military Families
Erika Mach, Public Affairs & Communications Manager, Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers
Mindy Fain, MD, Co-Director, AZ Center on Aging
Bahney Dedolph, Deputy Director, Arizona Council of Human Service Providers
Susan Cannata, Arizona Academy of Family Physicians
Steve Jennings, President, Arizona Association of Retired Persons
Kim Russell, Executive Director, Advisory Council on Indian Health Care
Nurse Practitioner students from ASU.
Senator Sally Gonzales (Dist. 3)
Students from the Public Health Policy and Management Field Seminar, L to R: Caitlin Tillis, Gaby Coronel, Brianna Rooney, Rachel Abraham.
Sen. Frank Pratt, and Representatives Kelli Butler and Pamela Powers-Hennley
Sen. Heather Carter
Group registering for Request to Speak at Legislature.
Registering for Request to Speak.
Sean Clendaniel, AACHC and AZRHA President presenting award to Sheila Polk, Yavapai County Attorney.
Sen. Heather Carter and Dr. Leonard Kirshner.
Lisa Florian, MPH student, Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health.
Krista Romero-Cardenas and Kirin Goff presenting on Using Social Media Effectively for Health Advocacy.
Dr. Ronald Weinstein, Director of the Arizona Telemedicine Program.
Alicia Thompson, Coordinator, Southern Arizona Oral Health Coalition
Kimber Lanning, Founder and Executive Director, Local First Arizona
Will Humble, Executive Director, Arizona Public Health Association
Zaida Dedolph, Director of Health Policy, Children’s Action Alliance
Breann Westmore, Director, Maternal-Child Health & Government Affairs, March of Dimes
Kevin Driesen, Arizona Rural Health Association
Marilyn Rodrigues, Partner, Creosote Partners.
Marcus Johnson, Director, State Health Policy and Advocacy, Vitalyst Health Foundation