Only one week left to register for the 2021 Health Care Symposium. We have an exciting and informative agenda with expert panelists lined up. We are looking forward to seeing everybody online next Thursday !!
2021 Health Care Symposium

Wellness, Science, and
the New Insurance
During COVID-19
Thursday, May 27th, 2021
1:00pm - 3:30pm
A Zoom Webinar hosted by Dialogue on Diversity
Dialogue on Diversity presents its second Webinar of the 2021 series on Thursday, May 27th, in a set of three panel from 1:00 – 3:30 p.m. Knowledgeable panelists will review the state of the health care statutes and regulation, magnified by the pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic,  the experiences of the Latino and other ethnic minorities in the siege of the contagion. A very topical agenda will cover the politics and issues of vaccination, human trafficking, cities and their communities, as well as the aspects of recovery in a post-COVID world.
Conference Agenda
1:00pm Welcome & Opening Remarks

Ma. Cristina Caballero, President/CEO,
Dialogue on Diversity
1:10pm Keynote Speaker

Dr. Lois Lee, President/Founder
Children of the Night

Q&A Session
1:40pm The Politics and Issues of Vaccination

Dr. Henry Pacheco
Pacheco & Associates

Q&A Session

2:05pm Cities and Their Communities

Jackie Reyes-Yanes, Director,
Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs

Q&A Session

“De Compression” Recovery and the Post-COVID World
Randy Capps, Director of Research
Migration Policy Institute

Q&A Session
Giselle Lundy-Ponce
American Federation of Teachers

Q&A Session
3:25pm Closing Remarks
Ma. Cristina Caballero, President/CEO
Dialogue on Diversity

Symposium Webinar Co-Moderator

Olivia Carvajal

Sponsors & Collaborating Organizations
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