A discussion of Mental Health, Race & Gender
Please join OPTIMUS Health Care and the OPTIMUS Foundation in our 3rd Annual Mental Health Symposium
We Hope, We Lift, We Rise.
Building Connections: A Community Conversation on the Intersectionality of Mental Health, Gender, and Race.REGISTER NOW
Thursday March 4, 2021 – An online symposium.
Main event: 11:30am -12:45pm EST
Private Q&A Session for our Sponsors with Rev. Tutu: 12:45PM – 1:15PM EST
The Keynote Speaker
Reverend Nontombi Naomi Tutu. International teacher, human rights activist, ordained Episcopalian minister, and daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
This special online symposium will focus on a topic that couldn’t be more timely: the health and well-being of women and girls in underserved communities and in all communities, with particular attention to the social determinants of health that impact us all, and have been especially highlighted during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please join us for this important conversation where we will explore the connection among factors such as race; gender; sexual orientation; immigration status; health disparities and their impact on the communities that we serve – and steps we can take to contribute to the well-being of women and girls wherever we are.
Program will include keynote address, emme coalition program introduction and panel discussion.
emme coalition is a program that connects girls and women with the tools they need to succeed in life.
Be a part of the ongoing discussion of women, identity and mental health.
Thanks to our generous sponsors. We are gratedul for your commitment to building connections to a healthier tomorrow.
Fairfield County’s Community Foundation