Webinar: Health and Mobility In Post-Pandemic Community Development
The core principle of public health is that every person should have access to the resources to live a healthy life. Location, ethnicity, education, income, mobility access and other social variables can have a profound impact on an individual's ability to realize that potential in their community.
How can we leverage the need for improved access to healthcare — either as an essential worker or citizen — and reliable and safe access to transportation systems in our public and private development to spur social and economic progress in exciting new directions?
This Bisnow panel discussion investigates the symbiotic relationship between health and transportation mobility. Moderator Chris Bormann, U.S. east region director of health, led the discussion with a diverse panel of industry leaders, including:
- Anita Jenkins, Chief Executive Officer, Howard University Hospital/Adventist HealthCare
- Nat Ford, Chief Executive Officer, Jacksonville Transportation Authority
- Kevin Mahoney, Chief Executive Officer, University of Pennsylvania Health System
- Kathy Wylde, President and Chief Executive Officer, Partnership for New York City