Virtual Programming: CORONAVIRUS PERSPECTIVE AND Q&A with Dr. NanaEfua Afoh-Manin & Dr. Richard Watson 3.18.2020

THIS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18TH 

INSTAGRAM LIVE – START TIME: 11:00AM

CORONAVIRUS PERSPECTIVE AND Q&A

with Dr. NanaEfua Afoh-Manin & Dr. Richard Watson

Tune in tomorrow morning for a chat on Instagram Live! with our own esteemed Blackbird member, Dr. NanaEfua Afoh-Manin and her colleague, Dr. Richard Watson. Find out what you need to know, how to help, and where we go from here.

∞ What to know 
∞ How to Help 
∞ Where we go from here (thinking ahead)

Join us on Instagram @the.blackbird.house

Dr. NanaEfua B. Afoh-Manin (Dr. BAM)  is the Founder of Shared Harvest Fund, an emergency physician, social entrepreneur, and a champion of health disparities and economic inclusion.

Inspired by the charitable works of her late immigrant mother, NanaEfua embarked on a path of social justice & service. She co-founded UCLA’s first pipeline program for inner-city youth. She received her Bachelors in Science at UCLA, completed her medical degree at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, specialized in Emergency Medicine & Disaster Relief at the University of Chicago Medical Center.  She practices the biopsychosocial medicine and expanded her influence in humanitarian affairs & social determinants of health while receiving her masters at Columbia University School of Public Health. Through her clinical practice, disaster deployments, teachings worldwide, and as a consultant for international NGOs such as the International Federation for the Red Cross, Nana identifies that poor financial health remains the root cause of physical and mental deterioration and has expanded her social footprint to create Fintech for Good to address it. Dr. BAM, along with two other female physicians, saw an opportunity to change outcomes by creating an employee-facing CSR model that bridges better community and corporate relationships.

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