Blue Sky II and III: Continuing the Conversation

You are invited to two upcoming educational lunchtime sessions! Bring your lunch and join us as we continue imagining the possibilities for the future of the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health. Each session will feature a statewide videoconference with an invited speaker followed by time for questions and answers.

Blue Sky II: Focus on Community Health

Friday, May 1 12:30-1:30pm (Watch Video from Event)
Sharon Adams, Walnut Way Conservation Corp.
http://www.walnutway.org

Sharon Adams is a change agent.  Since founding Walnut Way Conservation Corp in1998, she and her husband, Larry Adams, have been the stimulus behind the changes witnessed in Milwaukee’s Walnut Street, North Avenue, Fond du Lac Avenue corridor, including revitalization that has resulted in $26 million invested for over 200 new home constructions and restored vintage houses. She and her husband Larry live, work, shop, worship and play in central city Milwaukee neighborhoods.

Blue Sky III: Dialogue with a Futurist

Thursday, May 14 12:30-1:30pm
Rebecca Ryan, Next Generation Consulting
http://nextgenerationconsulting.com

Rebecca Ryan is a human sparkplug. Part futurist, part economist, and always engaging, Rebecca is one of America’s most influential thought leaders, helping cities and companies think around the corner to what’s next.

RSVP to your clinic/site manager to arrange video conferencing for your site.The videoconference will be broadcast live from the Bay Creek Conference Room at 1102 S. Park. In addition to the spots that will be reserved for staff and faculty at the Wingra and Arboretum Clinics, there are 50 spots available for anyone in the department who would like to attend. Seats will be given on a first come, first served basis. Reserve your seat for either event online: https://inside.fammed.wisc.edu/strategic-planning/event-registration

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