1:30 PM - 2:15 PM PDT
COVID response efforts have focused on producing more tests, therapeutics, ventilators, PPE, basic needs and economic aid. Focus is also needed to ensure that these solutions reach the communities that are most vulnerable. Hyperlocal strategies entail more than the equitable distribution of affordable solutions; successful strategies engage community leaders and empower and safeguard those who cannot afford to quarantine from their jobs and families. Join us as we explore how impact investors and philanthropists can play a critical role in this next phase of COVID Response.
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Executive Director, Stop the Spread
Population Health & Data Science Lead
Duke Institute for Health Innovation
Advisor, Stop the Spread