Thursday October 29, 4:00 – 5:30pm
All of us deserve the freedom to walk in our communities– to access basic needs and for benefits including health. Learn how Seattle and Louisville are implementing innovative multi-disciplinary programs across community members, police officers, doctors, patients, and medical staff. Hear how these multi-sector partnerships are employing a medical center and proven crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) principles to increase safety and build community cohesion.
Moderator: Rosemary Agostini, Founder and Past Chief Activity, Sports and Exercise Medicine, Group Health Cooperative
- SteVon Edwards, MPH, Community Health Specialist, Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness and America Walks Vice-Chair
- Officer Robert Cambronero, Community Police Team, South Precinct, Seattle Police Dept.
- Lieutenant Adrian Z. Diaz, Community Outreach Section, Seattle Police Department
- Dr. Kim Holland MD, Rainier Clinic, Group Health Cooperative
- Betty Wills, Medical Assistant, Rainier Clinic, Group Health Cooperative
- Teri Lindsay, Medical Assistant, Rainier Clinic, Group Health Cooperative