The agenda will also feature a conversation between MPHA staff members and State Senator-Elect Liz Miranda, who will be sharing her thoughts on public health and environmental justice.
In addition, MPHA will be sharing how we put our commitment to racial justice into action, and MPHA staff and Policy Council members will unveil our 2023 – 2024 policy agenda, which includes key updates to our housing platform, as well as a new environmental justice priority area.
Finally, we will wrap up the morning with MPHA’s Annual Meeting, during which MPHA members will be electing new Board members and officers, as well as expressing gratitude to departing Board members.
Tickets are $20 for individuals and $5 for students. We are pleased to announce that Spanish language interpretation is available for the whole conference. To sign up, please check the box on page 2 of the registration form.
Click here for the full agenda and here to register. We look forward to sharing and learning together!