A Dialogue on the Community Benefits of Local Food and Wellness Programs.
With a panel discussion on access to funding from the Affordable Care Act
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
8:30AM to Noon
2000 Mountain Rd, Albuquerque
Special Guest Speaker Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham
Delicious New Mexico and the Hispanic-American Institute, in cooperation with the Office of Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham, will host a convening on the Community Benefits Programs of health care providers and Wellness Programs of health insurers under the Affordable Care Act to discuss the potential for greater economic impact in communities across New Mexico through healthy food and wellness programs.
Special thanks to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy at the University of New Mexico for their support.
David Silverman, Geltmore, LLC
Co-Developer Imperial Building Project
Anthony Martinez, Director of Community Engagement
Molina Healthcare of New Mexico
Leigh Caswell, Community Health Manager
Presbyterian Health Care
Healthy Local Economy Panel
Eric Griego, Health Policy Fellow
Robert Wood Johnson Center for Health Policy, UNM
Tim Nisly, CEO
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation
The event is free of charge and pre-registration is required.
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The event will be facilitated by Vicki Pozzebon, a local economy and food systems expert, consultant, National Fellow of the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies, and founder of Delicious New Mexico.