Webinar: HIP-Cuyahoga Update

HIP-Cuyahoga hosted a webinar on June 27, 2016 to provide an overview of recent work in subcommittees and working groups. Click here to download the power point slides.

Webinar Presenters Included:

Nichelle Shaw

Supervisor, Cuyahoga County Board of Health

Partnership Manager

Heidi Gullett

Assistant Professor
Associate Program Director, Public Health/General Preventive Medicine Residency, Case Western Reserve University, School of Medicine

Erika Anthony
Senior Director of Advocacy, Policy & Research, Cleveland Neighborhood Progress

Co-Chair; Eliminating Structural Racism Subcommittee

Rita Horwitz
Director of Business Development & Operations, Better Health Partnership
Anchor; Chronic Disease Management Subcommittee

Shari Bolen
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, MetroHealth/CWRU
Chronic disease consultant for Better Health Partnership

Erika Trapl
Associate Director of the Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods
Anchor; Healthy Eating and Active Living Subcommittee

Barb Clint
Director of Community Health and Advocacy
YMCA of Greater Cleveland

Martha Halko

Deputy Director, Cuyahoga County Board of Health

Partnership Coordinator

WATCH: Equity as the Soul of Collective Impact

For collective impact initiatives to achieve lasting change in communities, it is critical that these initiatives address the systemic structures and practices that create barriers to equitable outcomes for all populations, particularly along lines of race and class. To that end, collective impact initiatives must be intentional in their design from the very outset in order to ensure that an equity lens is prominent throughout their governance, planning, implementation, and evaluation. As part of designing and implementing collective impact with an equity focus, efforts must disaggregate data and develop strategies focused on improving outcomes for vulnerable populations. How can funders engage their Boards, fellow grantmaking partners, and grantees as they bring an equity framework to collective impact? Attendees will hear from several national leaders about how funders can be helpful in putting equity at the forefront of collective impact.