The Office of Medical Education and Diversity, Inclusion, Community Engagement, and Equity (DICE) Office are hosting a two-part in-person panel discussion with New Haven community members about New Haven, its history, and how issues such as housing, education, safety, job opportunities, and the environment impact the health and well-being of its residents. Through this series, it is also our hope that members of the Yale School of Medicine community can better understand how they can most meaningfully contribute to the New Haven community, in their role as health professionals as well as residents of the city.
This second session will bring in new speakers to focus in particular on health care, education, and the environment.
Session 2: New Haven Voices: Growing and Becoming
Thursday, September 29: 5:30-7:00 pm
Location: TAC Auditorium (300 Cedar Street)
Introductory speaker: Lisa Puglisi, MD, assistant professor of medicine (General Medicine); core faculty, Yale Program in Addiction Medicine
Maritza Bond, MPH, New Haven director of health
Karen DuBois-Walton, PhD, chairperson, State Board of Education; president of Elm City Communities; secretary, Housing Authority of the City of New Haven
Bruni Pizarro, MESc, executive director of Junta
Moderator: Cindy Crusto, PhD, professor of psychiatry; associate dean for gender equity, Yale School of Medicine (YSM); director, Office for Women in Medicine and Science, YSM; deputy chair for diversity, equity and inclusion, Psychiatry; director, program evaluation and child trauma research at The Consultation Center
PIZZA: We’ll have pizza for everyone to enjoy after the event!
We want to acknowledge and thank the members of the student planning committee: Kyle Gavulic, Lamley Lawson, Roselyn Terrazos-Moreno, and Diane Zhao.