DFMCH ReCHARGED: Blue Skies Ahead

Blue Skies: Imagining our Future

The summary, Q&A with Dr. Frank deGruy and Dr. Mac Baird and evaluations from Blue Sky I are posted on the DFHCH ReCHARGED website. At the Blue Sky Event on March 18th, we asked, "What idea from today that you are most excited about?" The top three responses were:

  1. Community Health
  2. Innovation
  3. Working in Teams

We are fortunate that Sharon Adams, Director of Programs from Walnut Way, will be joining us for a statewide videoconference about community engagement on May 1st from 12:30-1:30pm. She will share her perspective on community health and news from her recent visit to Cuba.

We'll take your questions through Twitter (#BlueSky2) and Poll Everywhere. Details will follow soon about how you can personally participate. Talk to your manager to arrange video or phone conferencing for your site or sign-up to attend in-person at 1102 S. Park St.

Blue Sky II: Focus on Community Health

Friday, May 1, 12:30-1:30pm
Sharon Adams, Walnut Way Conservation Corp.

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.

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