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My City My Health: Igniting Conversations for Health Equity

My City My Health is a groundbreaking series of health equity conferences designed to ignite meaningful conversations and drive actionable steps toward improving health outcomes in cities throughout the nation. The mission is clear: to bridge the gap between public health professionals, healthcare providers, community-based organizations, nonprofits, and individuals passionate about health equity. By joining the upcoming My City My Health conferences, we can explore critical topics such as health disparities, social determinants of health, and public health initiatives, all with the shared aim of creating a brighter, healthier future for all.

Fostering Health Equity Conversations Nationwide

My City My Health was founded with a singular purpose: to foster vital health equity conversations in major cities nationwide. The urgent need to address the disparities that persist in our healthcare system and society is recognized. By bringing together diverse perspectives, the strive of My City My Health is to create a platform where professionals and advocates can collaborate, share ideas, and develop solutions to tackle the complex challenges associated with health disparities.

Join the Movement for a Healthier Future

Are you passionate about making a positive difference in your community? Do you aspire to advocate for others and reduce healthcare disparities? If so, we invite you to join us for the upcoming My City My Health Conference on November 17! This event, hosted by Corey Dion Lewis and Larry Twitty Jr., is driven by esteemed panelists who will share their insights and experiences, providing valuable ways to connect, engage, and foster understanding within our communities. The aim of the conference is to enhance well-being and improve health equity on a broader scale.

Panels Designed for Impact

The My City My Health Conference features a dynamic lineup of panels, each focused on critical aspects of health equity:

  • Community Well-Being: Explore strategies and initiatives aimed at promoting the well-being of individuals within their communities. Learn how fostering a sense of community can lead to improved health outcomes for all.

  • Community Engagement: Dive into discussions surrounding effective community engagement practices. Discover ways to empower communities, encourage active involvement, and create lasting positive change.

  • Research in Health Equity: Delve into the latest research and advancements in the field of health equity. Understand how research plays a pivotal role in identifying disparities and driving evidence-based solutions.

  • Culture in Healthcare: Examine the impact of culture on healthcare delivery and outcomes. Gain insights into how understanding and respecting diverse cultures can lead to more equitable and accessible healthcare.

This year’s list of panelists includes a multitude of experts on the topic of equity in healthcare - all doing different work around the community to make healthcare for all a reality. Some of those experts include:

  • Nalo Johnson, PHD

  • Ana Coppola

  • Jacquie Easley

  • Chayla Morris PharmD, BCACP

  • Louis Fountain

  • Keesha Ward, MBA

  • Kayla Bell-Consolver

  • Breanne Ward

  • Courtney Greene

  • Kartik Anand, MD

  • Billy Weathers

  • Ken Morris Jr.

  • Nafissa Cisse Egbuonye, Ph.D., MPH

  • De’Andreya Searight, CHES

  • Julian D. Neely, M.S.

  • Teresa Zilk

  • Gabe Martinez

  • Courageous Fire

  • Merenciana “Meddy” Paulus

By attending the My City My Health Conference, you're not only gaining knowledge and insights, but you're actively contributing to the movement for health equity for everyone in our community. Together, we can pave the way for a more inclusive and just healthcare system, where everyone has equal access to the resources and support needed for a healthy and fulfilling life.

Join me and so many others at the conference in November, and let's drive change, inspire progress, and work towards a healthier, more equitable future for all. Together, we can make a difference.

To learn more about My City My Health and the conference, visit

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