United Way of Greater Mercer County is offering a virtual panel conversation, At the Axis of Access: Responding to COVID, about the intersection of health, financial, and education insecurities particularly in the context of racial inequity and heightened disparities due to COVID. Learn how key organizations have responded to these various challenges and how it will shape their organization going forward. Be a part of the solution!
From moving to remote work and virtual events to navigating federal grants, to helping individual community members navigate public benefits for this first time: there has been a seemingly never-ending stream of challenges organizations have faced since the onset of the crisis in March. The COVID crisis has required all sectors of the economy to pivot and rethink how they continue to serve their communities.
- Taneshia Nash Laird, President & CEO, Newark Symphony Hall
- Dr. Kemi Alli, Chief Executive Officer of Henry J. Austin Health Center
- Marygrace Billek, Director of Human Services, Mercer County
- Dr. Leticia Ferri, Global Lead for OLA (Organization for Latino Achievement) at Bristol-Myers Squibb
- Craig Kramer, Mental Health Ambassador, and Chair, Global Campaign for Mental Health, in Neuroscience External Affairs at Janssen R&D, a Johnson & Johnson Company
- Robin Walton, VP, Community and Government Relations, Thomas Edison State University
Cost: $25 Advanced registration is required.
You will receive a confirmation email once you are registered. A couple of days before the event, you will receive a link via email to access the Zoom panel. Please note: email will come from Thomas Edison State University (example: email@example.com).
Unable to attend the Virtual Panel Discussion? You can still register and we'll send you the recording!