“Speaking Truth – Seeking Reconciliation”
Save the Date: In-person and Virtual Event
United Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church (UMMBC), Winston-Salem, NC
November 29, 2022, 9:00 am – 2:30 pm EST
Sponsor: FaithHealth Division-Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist
Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity
National Association of Community Health Centers
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Gillings School of Global Public Health
Keynoter: Michael Curry, Esq.
- President and CEO of the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers, representing fifty-two health centers serving over one million patients with over 300 practice sites.
- Chair, NAACP National Board of Directors Advocacy & Policy Committee and Past President, Boston Branch, NAACP
- Co-Chaired the Massachusetts Legislature’s Health Equity Task Force
- Former Senior Policy Advisor, Corporate Affairs Division, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts
Other distinguished speakers include Dr. John Hatch, Rev. Dr. Alvin Armstead, Senior Pastor, United Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church; Mr. E. Benjamin Money, Jr., Senior Vice President, Public Health Priorities, National Association of Community Health Centers; Dr. Goldie Smith Byrd, Director, Maya Angelo Center for Health Equity; Rev. Dr. Gary Gunderson, Vice President, FaithHealth Division, Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist; Rev. Enrique Catana Ramiro, Community Health Worker, FaithHealth Division, Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist; Ms. Lyvonne Bovell, Development Manager, Metropolitan Village, UMMBC / First West End, LLC, Winston-Salem, NC; Rev. Jeffrey Simms, Assistant Professor, Department of Health Policy and Management, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health.
The Series engages faith and health leaders in thought provoking dialogue reflective of the strength of faith and health intersections in improving population health and building stronger communities. It is named in commemoration of the pioneering work of Dr. John W. Hatch, William Rand Kenan Jr. Professor Emeritus, Health Behavior and Health Education, University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health. Dr. Hatch’s esteemed career includes over fifty years of experience in the areas of faith, health, and community organization with a special focus on underserved communities and social justice.
This is a free event. However, registration will be required. Registration information will be provided during the next few weeks.