Gabe Doyle, the Director of Community Impact – Health at the United Way of Dane County will moderate an important panel discussion titled “Barriers to care: the collateral damage of historic inequities in our communities” on Thursday, October 21, the fourth day of the fourth annual Wisconsin Leadership Summit.
The all-online Summit is the state’s premier professional development, networking and community building event. Registration is open now at WisconsinLeadershipSummit.com.
Joining Gabe on the panel are:
- Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness Founder, CEO and President Lisa Peyton-Caire
- Director of Community Health Initiatives Milwaukee Health Care Partnership Justin Rivas
- Medical College of Wisconsin Oncologist and Associate Dean for Student Inclusion and Diversity Dr. Malika Siker
- Waking Women Healing Institute Founder and Executive Director Kristin Welch
The Wisconsin Leadership Summit will last five days and feature 25 panels on a range of issues, such as workplace diversity, education, health care, social justice and more. Registration is $49, with discount rates for nonprofit and government employees and students.