Annik Dupaty, Outreach Program Coordinator for the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, will moderate a panel discussion titled “Health Education and Literacy: Empowering Communities for Better Health” on November 6 at the 365 Leadership Summit presented by UW Credit Union.
The sixth annual summit will take place November 6 and 7 and include more than 20 panel discussion on a wide range of topics, as well as the largest-ever 365 Leadership Community Choice Awards. Registration is open now at this link.
Annik floats between two hemispheres: art and science. She is currently an Outreach Program Coordinator in the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center within UW Madison’s School of Medicine and Public Health, working closely alongside Dr. Fabu Carter, with a special focus on Alzheimer’s disease education and prevention in the Black community. Annik is also a volunteer Wellness Ambassador with the Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness. Additionally, she is an illustrator and painter, serves on the Madison Arts Commission, and is the Visual Arts Programming Coordinator for the future Center for Black Excellence and Culture.
The 365 Leadership Summit is the state’s premier professional development, networking and community building event for people of color. More information is available at 365LeadershipSummit.com.