Many cities and counties have officially said what many of us already know: racism is a public health crisis.
We are excited to announce that longtime community health activist and advocate Corinda Rainey-Moore will lead a panel discussion on that very topic on Wednesday, October 8, the third day of the Wisconsin Leadership Summit.
In April, Corinda joined UnityPoint Health-Meriter as Community Engagement Manager. She’s been a leader in Madison’s community health movement for decades, though. She’s won service awards from the Urban League Young Professionals, United Way, Madison College and Madison Black Women Rock. She has served in leadership roles with the Madison Network of Black Professionals, Madison College Community Council of Color, NAMI of Dane County and the Urban League Young Professionals. She was also named one of the most influential Black leaders in Wisconsin on Madison365’s Black Power list in 2016.
The Summit this year is all online, so you can attend from the comfort of your home or office. It will feature 25 sessions over five days from October 5-9, all for just $79 (or less if you work for a nonprofit organization or government agency, or if you’re a student). Get more details and register now at WisconsinLeadershipSummit.com!